12/19/2012 11:21 am ET Updated Dec 19, 2012

Barbara Jordan's Gun Control Resolutions Postponed By Miami-Dade County Commissioners

A Miami-Dade County Commissioner has proposed six resolutions to combat gun violence on the heels of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, but no one's hearing it -- at least, not yet.

Barbara Jordan (D-Miami Gardens) added the resolutions before Tuesday's county commission meeting, hoping the county would vote to urge Congress and state legislators to enact further gun controls after the massacre, which claimed the lives of 20 children and seven adults.

But a vote on the measures was postponed at the suggestion of Commissioner Lynda Bell (R-Coastal Southern Miami-Dade), reports the Miami Herald (both women are in non-partisan posts). Bell asked that a vote be deferred until January so commissioners could study the proposals.

Jordan's six resolutions aks that either state or federal lawmakers, or both:

The resolutions are currently slated for discussion January 23rd at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center building Downtown.