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A student walked into Santa Fe High School outside Galveston, Texas on Friday and began shooting his classmates, murdering eight students and two teachers. 

The horrific shooting comes at a time of increased focus on gun policy issues nationwide, brought to the forefront by survivors of another school shooting in Parkland, Fla., just three months ago.

Following that shooting, a group of student survivors laid out a policy agenda consisting of five items intended to help reduce the toll of American gun violence. Those items include:

1. Dedicated funding for the CDC to research gun violence
2. Strengthening the ATF's ability to track and record gun sales
3. Universal background checks for gun purchases
4. A ban on magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition
5. A ban on assault weapons, including a registration or buyback program for these weapons already in circulation

Before the Santa Fe shooting, The Washington Post contacted the office of every U.S. representative, multiple times if necessary, to gauge their support or opposition to the proposals, which have yet to be codified into a single bill. We found that while many Democrats were eager to support the proposals, most Republicans did not seem to want to engage on the issue, as evidenced by the high rate of nonresponse among Republican members.

Just 13 percent of the House Republican delegation — 30 out of 237 members — responded to repeated Post attempts, via multiple emails and phone calls, to seek comment on the issue. Most of those who did respond offered forceful statements of opposition to the proposals.

“One more law won’t stop mentally ill or hostile people from killing others,” said Rep. Paul A. Gosar (R-Ariz.). “We need to educate our people about the reality of this and not pass more useless laws or stomp on people’s right to self defense and other civil rights.”

Rep. Ralph Norman (R-S.C.) struck a similar tone. “I am a staunch supporter of citizen’s right to protect themselves — no law abiding citizen’s Second Amendment rights should be infringed.”

By contrast, more than three-quarters of the House Democratic delegation responded to Post inquiries, with nearly all of them affirming their support for the Parkland proposals in full.

“I strongly support the Second Amendment and the rights of responsible gun owners; however, there is no reason for civilians to possess these weapons of war that are being used in a number of these mass shootings,” said Rep. Scott Peters (D-Calif.)

“I support these students. I support their proposals,” said Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.). “They remind me of my generation of students and young people in the 1960s.”

Notably, all four Democratic House leaders — Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.), Whip Steny H. Hoyer (D.-Md.), Assistant Leader James E. Clyburn (D.-S.C.) and Caucus Chairman Joe Crowley (D.-N.Y.) — said they support the Parkland students' gun policy agenda. That's a striking reversal from just two years ago, when House Democratic leadership balked at pursuing somewhat controversial gun control policies such as a renewed assault weapons ban.

All told, 189 lawmakers, representing 44 percent of the 430 seats currently occupied, have responded to The Post's request for comment. But what about the other 56 percent?

Given The Post's extensive efforts to contact every lawmaker, nonresponse may be its own type of response: a deliberate refusal to engage on the issue. It's telling that the overwhelming majority — 86 percent — of non-respondents were Republicans. Given congressional Republicans' consistent opposition to tighter restrictions on gun ownership during the past decade, this may not be surprising.

A number of Republican lawmakers have supported various firearm regulations that aren't part of the March For Our Lives recommendations. Reps. Tom Rooney (R.-Fla.) and Carlos Curbelo (R.-Fla.), for instance, cosponsored a bipartisan bill that would raise the minimum age for firearm purchases to 21.

But a number of Democrats declined to respond as well. Notable Democratic non-respondents include Rep. Collin C. Peterson of Minnesota, who holds the most Republican-leaning district of any Democratic congressman, according to the Cook Political Report.

The students from Parkland have successfully pushed for tighter gun regulations in a number of states and localities since February, when a student came to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and 17 students and educators.

But on a nationwide level, the responses and non-responses from House members suggest the Parkland students' agenda, if wrapped into a single bill, would not pass. Indeed, it would be unlikely to even get a vote under GOP control, as party leaders rarely bring up legislation that lacks support from their own majority.

Below is a list of lawmakers' positions on the Parkland agenda. It will be updated as more lawmakers respond or change their stance.

Jeffrey Stein contributed to this report. 


Representatives supporting the Parkland gun policy agenda

Adams, Alma D N.C. 12th Yes  
Aguilar, Pete D Calif. 31st Yes  
Barragan, Nanette Diaz D Calif. 44th Yes  
Bass, Karen D Calif. 37th Yes  
Beatty, Joyce D Ohio 3rd Yes  
Bera, Ami D Calif. 7th Yes  
Beyer, Donald D VA 8th Yes  
Blumenauer, Earl D Ore. 3rd Yes  
Bonamici, Suzanne D Ore. 1st Yes I thank the students from Parkland, from Oregon, and from around the country who are saying without equivocation that gun violence is unacceptable. Congress can and must work together to keep our children and our communities safe.
Boyle, Brendan D Pa. 13th Yes  
Brady, Robert A. D Pa. 1st Yes  
Brown, Anthony G. D MD 4th Yes  
Brownley, Julia D Calif. 26th Yes  
Capuano, Michael E. D MA 7th Yes  
Carbajal, Salud O. D Calif. 24th Yes  
Cardenas, Tony D Calif. 29th Yes  
Carson, Andre D Ind. 7th Yes  
Cartwright, Matthew D Pa. 17th Yes  
Castro, Joaquin D Tex. 20th Yes  
Chu, Judy D Calif. 27th Yes  
Cicilline, David N. D R.I. 1st Yes  
Clark, Katherine M. D MA 5th Yes Young people are inspiring the country with their demand for action to end gun violence and Washington must respond.
Clarke, Yvette D. D N.Y. 9th Yes  
Clay Jr., William “Lacy” D Mo. 1st Yes  
Clyburn, James E. D S.C. 6th Yes  
Cohen, Steve D Tenn. 9th Yes  
Connolly, Gerald E. D VA 11th Yes  
Cooper, Jim D Tenn. 5th Yes  
Courtney, Joe D Conn. 2nd Yes  
Crist, Charlie D Fla. 13th Yes  
Crowley, Joseph D N.Y. 14th Yes  
Cummings, Elijah E. D MD 7th Yes  
Davis, Susan A. D Calif. 53rd Yes  
DeGette, Diana D Colo. 1st Yes As a lawyer, legislator and long-time public servant, I respect the rights that collectors, hunters, sportsmen and others have under the Second Amendment. Common-sense gun safety legislation will let Americans preserve those rights while at the same time stopping the senseless slaughter of innocent people.
Delaney, John K. D MD 6th Yes  
DeLauro, Rosa L. D Conn. 3rd Yes  
DelBene, Suzan K. D Wash. 1st Yes  
Demings, Val Butler D Fla. 10th Yes  
DeSaulnier, Mark D Calif. 11th Yes  
Deutch, Theodore E. D Fla. 22nd Yes The Stoneman Douglas student-survivors have started a movement, and I’m proud to stand with them.
Doggett, Lloyd D Tex. 35th Yes  
Doyle, Michael F. D Pa. 14th Yes  
Ellison, Keith D Minn. 5th Yes  
Engel, Eliot D N.Y. 16th Yes  
Eshoo, Anna. G. D Calif. 18th Yes  
Espaillat, Adriano D N.Y. 13th Yes It's time for a common sense solution to America's gun problem, and the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida have really stepped up to address one of the most pressing issues affecting communities around the nation.
Esty, Elizabeth H. D Conn. 5th Yes  
Evans, Dwight D Pa. 2nd Yes  
Foster, Bill D Ill. 11th Yes  
Frankel, Lois D Fla. 21st Yes  
Gabbard, Tulsi D Hawaii 2nd Yes  
Gallego, Ruben D Ariz. 7th Yes  
Garamendi, John D Calif. 3rd Yes  
Grijalva, Raul M. D Ariz. 3rd Yes  
Gomez, Jimmy D Calif. 34th Yes  
Gottheimer, Josh D N.J. 5th Yes  
Gutierrez, Luis D Ill. 4th Yes  
Hanabusa, Colleen D Hawaii 1st Yes  
Hastings, Alcee L. D Fla. 20th Yes The Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have turned their grief into action and have undeniably propelled the gun control debate forward in our country. Their platform is sensible and should win the support of every responsible gun owner in America.
Heck, Denny D Wash. 10th Yes  
Higgins, Brian D N.Y. 26th Yes  
Himes, James A. D Conn. 4th Yes  
Hoyer, Steny H. D MD 5th Yes  
Huffman, Jared D Calif. 2nd Yes  
Jackson Lee, Sheila D Tex. 18th Yes  
Jayapal, Pramila D Wash. 7th Yes  
Jeffries, Hakeem S. D N.Y. 8th Yes  
Johnson, Henry C. “Hank” Jr. D Ga. 4th Yes  
Kaptur, Marcy D Ohio 9th Yes  
Keating, William R. D MA 9th Yes  
Kelly, Robin L. D Ill. 2nd Yes  
Kennedy III, Joseph P. D MA 4th Yes  
Khanna, Ro D Calif. 17th Yes  
Kihuen, Ruben D Nev. 4th Yes  
Kildee, Daniel D Mich. 5th Yes  
Kilmer, Derek D Wash. 6th Yes  
King, Pete R N.Y. 2nd Yes  
Krishnamoorthi, Raja D Ill. 8th Yes  
Kuster, Ann D N.H. 2nd Yes  
Langevin, James R. D R.I. 2nd Yes  
Larsen, Rick D Wash. 2nd Yes  
Larson, John B. D Conn. 1st Yes  
Lawrence, Brenda L. D Mich. 14th Yes  
Lee, Barbara D Calif. 13th Yes  
Levin, Sander M. D Mich. 9th Yes  
Lewis, John D Ga. 5th Yes I support these students. I support their proposals. ... They remind me of my generation of students and young people in the 1960s.
Lieu, Ted D Calif. 33rd Yes  
Lipinski, Daniel D Ill. 3rd Yes  
Lofgren, Zoe D Calif. 19th Yes  
Lowenthal, Alan S. D Calif. 47th Yes  
Lowey, Nita M. D N.Y. 17th Yes  
Lujan, Ben Ray D N.M. 3rd Yes I’ve heard the voices of students and survivors across the country and I agree with them: never again. I support commonsense measures to ensure that our children no longer go to school — or a library, movie theater, or concert — scared for their safety.
Lujan Grisham, Michelle D N.M. 1st Yes I stand with students all across the country who are doing everything they can to make their schools and communities safer places to live and learn.  Everyone has the fundamental right to live free from the threat of gun violence in their communities, and I am inspired by their advocacy.
Lynch, Stephen F. D MA 8th Yes  
Maloney, Carolyn B. D N.Y. 12th Yes  
Maloney, Sean Patrick D N.Y. 18th Yes  
Matsui, Doris O. D Calif. 6th Yes  
McCollum, Betty D Minn. 4th Yes  
McEachin, A. Donald D VA 4th Yes I was proud to stand with the Parkland students at the March and will continue to work with them to bring about much-needed change. I hear their outcry and deeply want to give the students and all of us what we want — a safer America.
McGovern, James P. D MA 2nd Yes  
McNerney, Jerry D Calif. 9th Yes  
Meeks, Gregory W. D N.Y. 5th Yes  
Meng, Grace D N.Y. 6th Yes  
Moore, Gwen D Wis. 4th Yes  
Moulton, Seth D MA 6th Yes  
Murphy, Stephanie D Fla. 7th Yes  
Nadler, Jerrold D N.Y. 10th Yes There is no one legislative action that would prevent every shooting injury or death, but there is a range of sensible measures that we should consider without delay. I join those demanding immediate adoption of meaningful legislation to prevent gun violence.
Napolitano, Grace F. D Calif. 32nd Yes  
Nolan, Richard M. D Minn. 8th Yes  
Norcross, Donald D N.J. 1st Yes  
O'Rourke, Beto D Tex. 16th Yes  
Panetta, Jimmy D Calif. 20th Yes  
Pascrell, Bill Jr. D N.J. 9th Yes  
Payne, Donald M. Jr. D N.J. 10th Yes  
Pelosi, Nancy D Calif. 12th Yes  
Perlmutter, Ed D Colo. 7th Yes  
Peters, Scott H. D Calif. 52nd Yes I strongly support the Second Amendment and the rights of responsible gun owners; however, there is no reason for civilians to possess these weapons of war that are being used in a number of these mass shootings.
Pingree, Chellie D Maine 1st Yes  
Pocan, Mark D Wis. 2nd Yes  
Price, David E. D N.C. 4th Yes  
Quigley, Mike D Ill. 5th Yes  
Raskin, Jamie D MD 8th Yes  
Rice, Kathleen M. D N.Y. 4th Yes  
Richmond, Cedric L. D La. 2nd Yes  
Rochester, Lisa D Del. At-large Yes  
Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana R Fla. 17th Yes  
Rosen, Jacky D Nev. 3rd Yes  
Roybal-Allard, Lucille D Calif. 40th Yes  
Ruiz, Raul D Calif. 36th Yes  
Ruppersberger, C.A. “Dutch” D MD 2nd Yes  
Rush, Bobby L. D Ill. 1st Yes  
Ryan, Tim D Ohio 13th Yes  
Sanchez, Linda T. D Calif. 38th Yes  
Sarbanes, John P. D MD 3rd Yes  
Schakowsky, Janice D. D Ill. 9th Yes  
Schiff, Adam B. D Calif. 28th Yes  
Schneider, Bradley Scott D Ill. 10th Yes  
Scott, Robert C. “Bobby” D VA 3rd Yes  
Serrano, Jose E. D N.Y. 15th Yes  
Smith, Adam D Wash. 9th Yes  
Soto, Darren D Fla. 9th Yes  
Speier, Jackie D Calif. 14th Yes  
Suozzi, Thomas D N.Y. 3rd Yes  
Swalwell, Eric D Calif. 15th Yes  
Takano, Mark D Calif. 41st Yes  
Thompson, Mike D Calif. 5th Yes  
Titus, Dina D Nev. 1st Yes  
Tonko, Paul D N.Y. 20th Yes  
Torres, Norma J. D Calif. 35th Yes  
Tsongas, Niki D MA 3rd Yes  
Vargas, Juan D Calif. 51st Yes  
Velazquez, Nydia M. D N.Y. 7th Yes  
Walz, Timothy J. D Minn. 1st Yes  
Wasserman Schultz, Debbie D Fla. 23rd Yes  
Waters, Maxine D Calif. 43rd Yes  
Watson Coleman, Bonnie D N.J. 12th Yes  
Welch, Peter D Vt. At-Large Yes  
Wilson, Frederica S. D Fla. 24th Yes  
Yarmuth, John A. D Ky. 3rd Yes  

Representatives supporting some of the Parkland gun policy agenda

Lamb, Conor D Pa. 18th Some As a matter of practical reality and urgency, I believe we need to unite behind bills we can pass right now.  I support universal background checks, evidence-based research, and more aggressive gun trafficking investigations and prosecutions.
Palazzo, Steven M. R Miss. 4th Some  
Curtis, John R Utah 3rd Some  
Rooney, Francis R Fla. 19th Some  

Representatives opposing or declining to support the Parkland gun policy agenda

Abraham, Ralph R La. 5th No  
Amodei, Mark R Nev. 2nd No  
Barletta, Lou R Pa. 11th No  
Brat, Dave R VA 7th No  
Bridenstine, Jim R Okla. 1st No  
Cheney, Liz R Wyo. At-large No  
Comstock, Barbara R VA 10th No  
Correa, J. Luis D Calif. 46th No  
Cramer, Kevin R N.D. At-large No We must continue to protect the rights of law-abiding gun owners while doing a better job of keeping guns away from people who shouldn't have them.
Diaz-Balart, Mario R Fla. 25th No  
Frelinghuysen, Rodney P. R N.J. 11th No  
Gosar, Paul A. R Ariz. 4th No One more law won't stop mentally ill or hostile people from killing others. We need to educate our people about the reality of this and not pass more useless laws or stomp on people's right to self defense and other civil rights.
Gowdy, Trey R S.C. 4th No  
Granger, Kay R Tex. 12th No  
Lamborn, Doug R Colo. 5th No I believe that the right to bear arms is one of our nation's most fundamental and vital protections. The Second Amendment rights of Americans are non-negotiable and are not open to infringement.
Massie, Thomas R Ky. 4th No  
McClintock, Tom R Calif. 4th No  
Norman, Ralph R S.C. 5th No I am a staunch supporter of citizen's right to protect themselves — no law abiding citizen's Second Amendment rights should be infringed.
Pittenger, Robert R N.C. 9th No While well intended, the legislation does not reflect good policy solutions and restricts the gun rights of law abiding citizens
Reed, Tom R N.Y. 23rd No Knee-jerk reactions like banning firearms might make some feel good and create a false sense of security, but is not fair to our law-abiding citizens and endangers our Second Amendment rights to which  I remain firmly committed.
Reichert, David G. R Wash. 8th No  
Rohrabacher, Dana R Calif. 48th No  
Rooney, Thomas J. R Fla. 17th No Congressman Rooney cosponsored legislation to raise the minimum age for purchasing firearms to 21.
Ryan, Paul D. R Wis. 1st No  
Scalise, Steve R La. 1st No  
Walorski, Jackie R Ind. 2nd No I will carefully consider any legislation that comes before the House to ensure existing laws are fully enforced, address gaps in our mental health system, and protect the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding Americans.

Representatives who did not respond

Aderholt, Robert B. R Ala. 4th Did not respond  
Allen, Rick R Ga. 12th Did not respond  
Amash, Justin R Mich. 3rd Did not respond  
Arrington, Jodey R Tex. 19th Did not respond  
Babin, Brian R Tex. 36th Did not respond  
Bacon, Don R Neb. 2nd Did not respond  
Banks, Jim R Ind. 3rd Did not respond  
Barr, Andy R Ky. 6th Did not respond  
Barton, Joe R Tex. 6th Did not respond  
Bergman, Jack R Mich. 1st Did not respond  
Biggs, Andy R Ariz. 5th Did not respond  
Bilirakis, Gus R Fla. 12th Did not respond  
Bishop, Mike R Mich. 8th Did not respond  
Bishop, Rob R Utah 1st Did not respond  
Bishop, Sanford D. D Ga. 2nd Did not respond  
Black, Diane R Tenn. 6th Did not respond  
Blackburn, Marsha R Tenn. 7th Did not respond  
Blum, Rod R Iowa 1st Did not respond  
Bost, Mike R Ill. 12th Did not respond  
Brady, Kevin R Tex. 8th Did not respond  
Brooks, Mo R Ala. 5th Did not respond  
Brooks, Susan W. R Ind. 5th Did not respond  
Buchanan, Vern R Fla. 16th Did not respond  
Buck, Ken R Colo. 4th Did not respond  
Bucshon, Larry R Ind. 8th Did not respond  
Budd, Ted R N.C. 13th Did not respond  
Burgess, Michael C. R Tex. 26th Did not respond  
Bustos, Cheri D Ill. 17th Did not respond  
Butterfield, G.K. D N.C. 1st Did not respond  
Byrne, Bradley R Ala. 1st Did not respond  
Calvert, Ken R Calif. 42nd Did not respond  
Carter, Earl L. “Buddy” R Ga. 1st Did not respond  
Carter, John R. R Tex. 31st Did not respond  
Castor, Kathy D Fla. 14th Did not respond  
Chabot, Steve R Ohio 1st Did not respond  
Cleaver, Emanuel D Mo. 5th Did not respond  
Coffman, Mike R Colo. 6th Did not respond  
Cole, Tom R Okla. 4th Did not respond  
Collins, Chris R N.Y. 27th Did not respond  
Collins, Doug R Ga. 9th Did not respond  
Comer, James R Ky. 1st Did not respond  
Conaway, K. Michael R Tex. 11th Did not respond  
Cook, Paul R Calif. 8th Did not respond  
Costa, Jim D Calif. 16th Did not respond  
Costello, Ryan A. R Pa. 6th Did not respond  
Crawford, Eric A. “Rick” R Ark. 1st Did not respond  
Cuellar, Henry D Tex. 28th Did not respond  
Culberson, John Abney R Tex. 7th Did not respond  
Curbelo, Carlos R Fla. 26th Did not respond Congressman Curbelo cosponsored legislation to raise the minimum age for purchasing firearms to 21.
Davidson, Warren R Ohio 8th Did not respond  
Davis, Danny K. D Ill. 7th Did not respond  
Davis, Rodney R Ill. 13th Did not respond  
DeFazio, Peter A. D Ore. 4th Did not respond  
Denham, Jeff R Calif. 10th Did not respond  
Dent, Charles W. R Pa. 15th Did not respond  
DeSantis, Ron R Fla. 6th Did not respond  
DesJarlais, Scott R Tenn. 4th Did not respond  
Dingell, Debbie D Mich. 12th Did not respond  
Donovan, Daniel M. Jr. R N.Y. 11th Did not respond  
Duffy, Sean. P R Wis. 7th Did not respond  
Duncan, Jeff R S.C. 3rd Did not respond  
Duncan, John J. Jr. R Tenn. 2nd Did not respond  
Dunn, Neal P. R Fla. 2nd Did not respond  
Emmer, Tom R Minn. 6th Did not respond  
Estes, Ron R Kan. 4th Did not respond  
Faso, John J. R N.Y. 19th Did not respond  
Ferguson, A. Drew R Ga. 3rd Did not respond  
Fitzpatrick, Brian K. R Pa. 8th Did not respond  
Fleischmann, Charles J. “Chuck” R Tenn. 3rd Did not respond  
Flores, Bill R Tex. 17th Did not respond  
Fortenberry, Jeff R NE 1st Did not respond  
Foxx, Virginia R N.C. 5th Did not respond  
Fudge, Marcia L. D Ohio 11th Did not respond  
Gaetz, Matt R Fla. 1st Did not respond  
Gallagher, Mike R Wis. 8th Did not respond  
Garrett, Thomas A. R VA 5th Did not respond  
Gianforte, Greg R Mont. At-large Did not respond  
Gibbs, Bob R Ohio 7th Did not respond  
Gohmert, Louie R Tex. 1st Did not respond  
Gonzalez, Vincente D Tex. 15th Did not respond  
Goodlatte, Bob R VA 6th Did not respond  
Graves, Garret R La. 6th Did not respond  
Graves, Sam R Mo. 6th Did not respond  
Graves, Tom R Ga. 14th Did not respond  
Green, Al D Tex. 9th Did not respond  
Green, Gene D Tex. 29th Did not respond  
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Lewis, Jason R Minn. 2nd Did not respond  
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Long, Billy R Mo. 7th Did not respond  
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Love, Mia R Utah 4th Did not respond  
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Noem, Kristi L. R S.D. At-large Did not respond  
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Poe, Ted R Tex. 2nd Did not respond  
Poliquin, Bruce R Maine 2nd Did not respond  
Polis, Jared D Colo.