This morning, President Obama led a moment of silence on the White House's South Lawn to memorialize the victims of the shooting Saturday in Arizona. He and Michelle Obama stood on the law with hands folded for the duration. "It will be a time for us to come together as a nation in prayer or reflection, keeping the victims and their families closely at heart," Obama said Sunday in a statement. The House of Representatives has postponed its legislative agenda for the week, which included a vote to repeal the health reform law Rep. Gabrielle Giffords supported, and the Supreme Court plans convened earlier than usual so it could observe the moment of silence.
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