UPDATE: "Manchin says he's working to get another Senate vote on gun background check"
. . . Manchin told “Fox News Sunday” that he’s going to rework the proposal to get it back to the Senate floor. “We’re going to work this bill with all of our hearts,” he told Fox News. . . . On Friday, Toomey said he had no plans to revive the proposal. "My own view is very simple: The Senate has had its vote. We've seen the outcome of that vote. I am not aware of any reason to believe that if we had the vote again that we'd have a different outcome," he said, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. Manchin told Fox: “I don’t think he’s done.” . . . Senate Majority Harry Reid said days after the defeat of the Manchin-Toomey proposal that he has “hit pause” on efforts to pass comprehensive gun-control legislation. He said last week the proposal remains a work in progress but no action is being taken now.
The full transcript of the Fox News Sunday interview is available here.