West Texas Bump Stock, DACA's Effect on Teachers, Rockwall Police Shooting: Your Friday Morning News Roundup

Good morning. Here is a look at the top headlines as we start the day.Weather: Partly cloudy and warm. High: 90 degrees.Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here.Lubbock Republican who represents 'bump stock' factory town wary of 'knee-jerk reaction'Amid growing cries to ban “bump stocks” after the violence in Vegas, the congressman who represents the West Texas town where two manufacturers of the gun device are based is calling for a deep breath.Rep. Jodey Arrington, a Lubbock Republican, said Congress should first gather the facts before moving to outlaw the controversial accessory."Sometimes we have too much of a knee-jerk reaction in terms of what needs to happen," he said. "What needs to happen is to take a step back, let the law enforcement folks get all the details of this case wrapped up, and as lawmakers we need to then review it and decide what is appropriate."In Texas: The small-town Texas company that invented “bump stock” is in the spotlight after Sunday’s Las Vegas shooting.Yesterday: The NRA called Thursday for a crackdown on the "bump stock" device authorities say the Las Vegas shooter used to modify several of his rifles into effective automatic weapons.  Continue reading...

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