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>> Families of the some of the 49 people killed in the worst mass shooting in US history have began burying their dead. Kimberly Morris who worked as a bouncer at Pulse, the night club where the shooting took place. One of the first to be laid to rest here in Kissimmee, Florida, just outside Orlando.
Outside the continental US, bodies arriving in Puerto Rico where roughly half of the victims were from. A wake for Puerto Rico native Angel Candalerio Padro was held at the home of his grandparents in the town of Guanica, he was 28 years old. Orlando will hold several funerals on Friday and many more over the next two weeks.
Congress now under pressure to act. On Thursday, the Senate inched toward votes on a series of gun control measures, although it's far from likely those measures will pass. The Senate is expected to vote on Monday on four proposals for gun restrictions.