Vice President Joe Biden announced he will offer his anti-gun violence task force's recommendations to President Obama by Tuesday, as word spread of another school shooting in Bakersfield, CA.
Initial reports say at least two people were shot Thursday morning at Taft Union High School in Kern County. A person believed to be the shooter was taken into custody. One victim received minor injuries and refused treatment at the scene and the other person was airlifted to Kern Medical Center with unknown injuries, KGET-17 in Bakersefield, Ca. reports.
Meanwhile, Biden alluded to what his group's upcoming recommendations to President Barack Obama may include. He said a consensus is emerging over proposals such as tightening background checks and banning high-capacity ammunition magazines, the Washington Post reports.
Biden is set to meet later today with officials from the National Rifle Association, the gun rights group, and Wal-Mart, a top seller of firearms.
Via The Washington Post and KGET-17