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Date: Sat Dec 21 15:17:42 MST 2013
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rmation about lost and stolen guns and establishing emergency plans for schools. Those measures were among the 23 executive actions the president signed in January when he announced his broader push for tighter gun laws in response to a mass shooting of first-graders and staff at Newtown, Conn.'s Sandy Hook Elementary School.The Health and Human Services Department on Friday was beginning to ask for public comment on how the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, passed by Congress in 1996 and known as HIPAA, is preventing some states from reporting to the background check system and how to address the problem. Under HIPAA, health care providers such as hospitals may release limited information to police, but only in certain circumstances such as when a court is involved.Since 1968, federal law has banned the sale of guns to those who have been deemed a danger to themselves or others, involuntarily committed or judged not guilty by reason of insanity or incompetent to stand trial. The background check system -- which is also used to prevent convicted felons from buying guns -- was established under the 1993 Brady Bill.A few state agencies shared mental health records voluntarily for years, but the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007 spurred passage of legislation that required states to submit the records or eventually risk losing up to 5 percent of the federal funding they receive to fight crime.Last year's review by the Gover A leading Republican said Friday that the unfolding events in Boston underscore the need to address "gaps and loopholes" in the nation's immigration system, stressing that any new immigration bill should tighten screening to stop those "who wish to do us harm."Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, addressed the terror attack and ongoing manhunt at the start of a Capitol Hill hearing on newly unveiled comprehensive immigration legislation. The Boston crisis rapidly overshadowed the hearing, the first held for the major piece of legislation. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano had been scheduled to testify but canceled as federal law enforcement agencies were pulled into the crime scene. Grassley, though, suggested the attacks in Boston could influence how the immigration bill is considered."It's important for us to understand the gaps and loopholes in our immigration system. While we don't yet know the immigration status of the people who have terrorized the communities in Massachusetts, when we find out, it will help shed light on the weaknesses of our system," said Grassley, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee.The two suspects have been identified as Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, and his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, who was killed early Friday morning.The two are believed to be from the region near Chechnya. One source briefed on the matter said they are thought to have arrived in the United States about a decade ago. Po