The White House chided talk of gun control this week, claiming it’s too soon to talk about policy in the wake of the Vegas massacre.
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown disagrees. He's calling for a ban on "bump stocks", which can make semi-automatic rifles replicate fully automatics and may have been used by the Vegas gunman.
Brown says other issues should also be taken up, such as a federal waiting period and a gun buying ban for people on the terrorist watch.