The Common Sense Gun Control Act
There have been too many deaths caused by people who should have no right to have any guns in the first place.
Universal background checks for all firearm sales.
Administration to review categories of individuals prohibited from having a gun and make recommendations to ensure dangerous people aren't slipping through the cracks.
Remove barriers that prevent reporting information on people prohibited from gun ownership for mental health reasons.
Military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines will not be made available to private citizens
Reinstate and strengthen the ban on assault weapons.
Limit ammunition magazines to 10 rounds.
Ban possession of armor-piercing ammunition by anyone other than the military and law enforcement.
Gun violence research
Administration to conduct research into the causes and prevention of gun violence.
Provide $10 million for additional research on relationship between video games, media images and violence.
Launch a national campaign to promote common-sense safety measures.
Review and enhance safety standards for gun locks and gun safes.
Administration to review gun safety technologies.
Challenge private sector to develop gun safety technology.
More on School safety
Administration to examine the feasibility of placing an armed guard in every school.
Provide incentives for police departments to hire school resource officers through hiring grants.
Give $150 million to school districts and law enforcement agencies to hire school resource officers, school psychologists, social workers and counselors.
Provide $30 million in one-time grants to help school districts develop emergency management plans.
Give schools and other institutions a model for how to develop and implement emergency plans.
Provide $50 million to help 8,000 more schools train their teachers and staff to create safer and more nurturing environments.
Share best practices on school discipline.
Provide $55 million for new initiative to make sure students get treatment for mental health issues.
Provide $25 million for strategies supporting individuals ages 16-25 with mental health or substance abuse issues.
Provide $25 million to offer students mental health services for trauma or anxiety.
Provide $50 million to train 5,000 additional mental health professionals serving children and young adults.
Clarify that the health-care law does not prohibit doctors from asking their patients about guns in their homes.
Launch a national dialogue about mental illness.
Finalize requirements for private health insurance plans to cover mental health services.