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>> Bagpipes at dawn marking the one-year anniversary, Monday, of the Las Vegas shooting, which killed 58 people and injured 100's more.>> Today, we're reminded of pain that really never goes away.>> Friends and family members bowed their heads for 58 seconds of silence a year after the largest mass shooting in modern American history.
].>> In which gunman, Stephen Paddock fired more than a thousand rounds from his hotel suite onto a crowd at a country music concert. And then killed himself before police stormed his room. On Saturday, the city saw an appropriately Vegas-style tribute with hundreds of motorcycles cruising down the strip to honor those lost.
>> I wanna send our thoughts and prayers to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting.>> On Monday president Trump was asked what his administration has done to prevent the next shooting. He asserted that a ban on bumpstocks, the kind of device Paddock used to turn his semi automatic rifles into machine guns, was imminent.
>> So we're knocking out bumpstocks. I've told the NRA, I've told that bumpstocks are gone.>> Well not quite yet. The justice department said it submitted to propose the ban on bumpstocks to the office of Management and Budget just last week. And as the anniversary shines a light on the nation's gun policies Vegas honored the victims by going dark.
The iconic Vegas strip dimmed its bright lights Monday night to honor those killed last year.