Mass shooting in Sacramento: California lawmakers detail package of bills to end gun violence

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — A group of California lawmakers will introduce a set of bills making their way through the legislature on Tuesday afternoon aimed at ending gun violence.

The press conference is scheduled to begin at 2:45 p.m. today and will be streamed live in the media player above.

This follows the deadly mass shooting in Sacramento that left six people dead and several others injured.

At least two suspects have been arrested in connection with the shooting, while a third person who was seen carrying a gun in the aftermath has also been arrested but not directly charged in the incident.

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The arrests took place while the three women and the three men killed were identified. The shooting happened around 2 a.m. Sunday as bars closed and patrons filled the streets near the state Capitol. Among the victims were a father of four, a young woman who wanted to be a social worker, a man described as party life and a woman who lived on the nearby street and was looking for accommodation.

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