By Kyle Balluck
Rep. Kevin YoderKevin YoderLawmakers wrestle with cellphone tracking for missing persons How Congress should proceed on the Kelsey Smith Act Overnight Cybersecurity: FBI won't tell Apple how it hacked iPhone MORE (R-Kan.) on Sunday said he was "shocked" by the "senseless" shootings in the Kansas City suburbs he represents.
I'm heartbroken to learn of the senseless shootings this afternoon at Jewish Community Center & Village Shalom in Overland Park & Leawood.— Rep. Kevin Yoder (@RepKevinYoder) April 13, 2014
Three people were shot and killed at a Jewish community center and an assisted living facility, according to multiple reports. A suspect is in custody.
Brooke & I send our prayers & thoughts to the families & victims of this tragedy. Our office stands ready to provide any needed assistance.— Rep. Kevin Yoder (@RepKevinYoder) April 13, 2014
Sen. Pat RobertsPat RobertsGOP senators ask watchdog to examine Gitmo site surveys spending Senate panel approves pension rescue for coal miners Congress set for Saudi showdown with Obama MORE (R-Kan.) wrote on Twitter that his "thoughts and prayers are with the victims of senseless violence at the JCC in OP and Village Shalom in Leawood."
Sen. Jerry MoranJerry MoranSenate panel advances ticket bots crackdown Overnight Tech: GOP says internet fight isn't over | EU chief defends Apple tax ruling | Feds roll out self-driving car guidelines | Netflix's China worries GOP pressures Kerry on Russia's use of Iranian airbase MORE (R-Kan.) tweeted that he was praying "for safety of everyone there."