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Hawaii’s Flags Lowered to Mourn Victims of Texas Shooting

The flags of the United States and the state of Hawaii are being flown at half-staff to honor the victims of a recent gun violence incident in Allen, Texas.

On Thursday, another mass shooting occurred when a gunman opened fire at a Texas mall on Saturday, resulting in multiple casualties.

The tragic event has reignited the discussion on gun control, prompting federal agents to join the investigation, while federal lawmakers engage in debates over potential gun control measures on Capitol Hill.

The FBI is currently examining the motives of the shooter responsible for the deaths of eight people at a Dallas area mall over the weekend.

There are indications of possible links to white supremacist ideology.

The White House Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, highlighted the gravity of the situation, stating that credible estimates reveal over 14,000 people have lost their lives to gun violence this year alone.

In response to the alarming statistics, the administration is once again urging Congress to take action regarding the accessibility of assault-style weapons frequently used in mass shootings.

Jean-Pierre emphasized the need to protect children, places of worship, and everyday life from such senseless acts of violence.

In an effort to address the issue, a special meeting of Democratic senators has been called to discuss gun violence and explore potential solutions.

However, with Congress currently split in control, the odds of passing comprehensive gun control legislation are not favorable.

Senator Dick Durbin expressed his concerns during an interview on CNN’s State of the Union, asserting that if the American people are fed up with these tragedies, they will vote accordingly.

While bipartisan legislation was passed last summer to enhance gun safety, broader gun control measures lack sufficient support at present.

Republican presidential candidate Asa Hutchinson suggests exploring other angles, such as addressing the mental health crisis, to make a meaningful impact while staying within the bounds of the constitutional framework.

As the nation mourns the victims of the Texas shooting, Hawaii joins in solidarity by lowering its flags.

The gesture serves as a solemn reminder of the urgent need to confront the pervasive issue of gun violence that continues to claim innocent lives.

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