Re “Las Vegas shooting must, finally, stir Congress to act. But will it? (Editorials, Oct. 3): Say there's a fire in a crowded movie theater, and people get burned and trampled to death because there were no fire sprinklers and exit doors were locked. Everybody says: “We have to let the families of the victims grieve. This is not the time to talk about fire safety and building codes.” No. Nobody would ever say that.
Richard Vidan, Orangevale