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An emotional Jimmy Kimmel called out Congress after the Las Vegas shooting

Las Vegas mass shootingthe deadliest mass shootingLeading the pack was , whose voice broke several times as he talked about the shooting. He grew up in Las Vegas so it was personal for him, and after expressing his condolences and gratitude toward first responders, he soon turned his attention to the 56 senators who refused to vote for closing loopholes on background checks after the Orlando shooting. Kimmel pointed to how Las Vegas changed fire safety codes after dozens of people died in two separate hotel fires in 1980 to show how changing laws is just common sense. healthcare debatedefeating the latest effort to repeal Obamacare“We have a major problem with gun violence in this country, and I guess they don’t care,” Kimmel said. “If I’m wrong on that, fine, do something about it because I’m sick of it. I want this to be a comedy show. I hate talking about stuff like this. I just want to laugh about things every night, but it seems to be becoming increasingly difficult lately. It feels like someone has opened up a window into hell.” Seth Meyers“But to Congress, I would just like to say: Are there no steps we can take