From the Watertown Daily Times:
“… The bill passed the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, 272-154, but its future in the Democratic-controlled Senate is in doubt. Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., has pledged to do what he can to stop the bill in the chamber, according to a report in the New York Daily News …”
From the Daily News:
“… Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) has vowed to work to stop its passage in the Senate …”
From the Post-Standard:
“… “It seems perverse that the first gun-related measure that this Congress plans to take up since the Tucson shooting is one that seeks to dismantle states’ ability to protect their own citizens,” Schumer said. “It’s like a bad dream.” …”
He didn’t sound this way last time around. He was a lot more confident and full of himself. Schumer lost a lot of support after the ’10 elections and both he and the the antis know it. Nobody was asking Obama to veto the measure last year.