U.S. gun violence bill to become law after House passes with bipartisan support

The biggest gun control legislation in the U.S. in nearly 30 years is set to become law after the House of Representatives followed the Senate in passing the bill, sending it to President Joe Biden to be signed. The bill passed with some bipartisan support in both chambers, and will see enhanced background checks for people under 21, give states money to implement red flag laws, and close the so-called "boyfriend loophole."