The Washington Post reports the National Rifle Association donated $74,460 to the campaigns of Michigan congressmen.
On October 2, the day after the Las Vegas massacre that killed at least 59 people, The Washington Post reported the amounts and names of congress members who received money from the NRA. Click here to see the interactive article.
In Michigan, all of the recipients are Republicans. In states like California, Florida and Texas, Democratic congress members also received money from the NRA.
On Monday, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the day after the deadliest mass shooting in the nation's history is not the time to renew a debate over gun control.
Sanders was asked Monday during the press briefing that there is a "time and place" for a debate but that is "not the place we're in at this moment."
She said President Donald Trump was focused on the victims and stressed that it was a "time to unite the country."
Trump's predecessor Barack Obama frequently used mass shootings to call for stricter gun control laws. Trump did not mention firearms during his remarks earlier Monday after a gunman in Las Vegas and killed 58 people and injured at least 515 others.
The Republican president has cast himself as a friend to firearms owners and the powerful National Rifle Association lobby.