Gun Violence Changed the Lives of These Texas Lawmakers, Not Their Views on Gun Control

WASHINGTON — Austin Rep. Roger Williams awoke to the sounds of gunshots down the hallway of his Washington apartment building on a recent fall night.He waited, his heart racing, certain that authorities would soon arrive.They didn’t. It was just a dream.Five months after a gunman opened fire on a group of House Republicans during a morning baseball practice, critically wounding Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Williams is among those still dealing with the aftermath of a life interrupted by violence.  Continue reading...

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