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The 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings caused several states and cities to pass strict gun control measures. In response, state lawmakers in gun friendly states in the South and West passed bills that would strengthen Stand Your Ground laws and allow weapons in most public places. In 2014, 21 states passed laws that expanded the rights of gun owners allowing them to possess firearms in churches, bars, schools and college campuses. The federal government has not passed any gun control measures since the 1994 Brady Bill and 42 states now allow the possession of assault rifles. In the U.S. two-thirds of all gun deaths are suicides and in 2010 there were 19,000 firearm suicides and 11,000 firearm homicides. See recent gun control news
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Yes, but ban guns that serve no purpose in the public such as fully and most semi-automatic machine guns and assault rifles. 3 years ago from a Democrat in Stillwater, ME
Only for hunting but that's it well also for police that will use it right and not just for their sack of saying that they have a gun we better listen to them or they're going to use it people need to choose wisely for those that they are going... 3 years ago from a Democrat in York, PA
Nobody should be able to buy a gun without a criminal and psychological background check. The laws should be changed such that anyone convicted of committing a felony with a gun should receive the death penalty...on insanity waivers. Given the... 3 years ago from a Democrat in Marietta, GA
I feel sorry for innocent victims of violence in the use of firearms. The second amendment must be preserver and with over 22000 gun laws its obvious the abuse of firearms is due to factors other than the firearm. Societal frustrations in in varied forms... 3 years ago from a Democrat in North Little Rock, AR
No, abolish all gun control laws. 3 years ago from a Libertarian in Fuquay Varina, NC
Yes AND I'm a card carrying member of the aclu, so the Bill of Rights is important to me. Increased background, training, and penalties for gun crimes. Serial numbers on bullets/ ammo registration. trigger locks required with all gun sales. And... 4 years ago from a Democrat in Seattle, WA
People on the terrorist watchlist should not be able to go to a gun show and pick up an automatic rifle. There are prescriptive, common-sense reforms that can be made TODAY if politicians stop posing the question in "pro-gun" and "anti-gun" terms. 4 years ago from a Democrat in Milwaukee, WI
I honestly think that we have to find a compromise unlike the ones listed here. We need to be able to defend ourself against assaults from others, and guns are a way to do so. Naturally, guns are also used in assaults, but assaults would continue to... 4 years ago from a Democrat in Oxford, OH
Citizens should legally be able to equip themselves as well as their government- government should not have that much power over the people it serves, but the use of guns in everyday society is a problem. I think fixing this problem starts with changing... 4 years ago from a Democrat in Ingomar, PA
No, simply require background checks, psychological testing, and training. 4 years ago from a Democrat in University Place, WA
No, many forms of gun control legislation have already overstepped our Constitutional Right. Instead of seeking more invasive policies, a stronger enforcement of some practices that are already in place should be performed. Additionally, many unfounded... 4 years ago from a Libertarian in Baltimore, MD
No, only for handguns, since the vast majority of violent crimes are committed by handguns, not assault weapons. 4 years ago from a Republican in Winston Salem, NC
No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons. Existing gun control laws should first be thoroughly enforced before passing more legislation. 4 years ago from a Libertarian in Ogden, UT
Freedom to defend our selves and freedom to kill so say the bible but God will make the final punishment when it's time for his death, yes that means letting live free, but we have arms to defend our selves. But we should run and avoid Killing. 4 years ago from a Republican in Mcpherson, KS
No, but control who can have assault weapons, restrict out menials and convicted felons and severely raise penalties for use of a weapon in a crime. Let responsible, licensed, trained citizens be armed. 4 years ago from a Republican in Saint Paul, MN
No, Current gun laws should be repealed, Constitutional carry should be the norm in all 50 states. 4 years ago from a Republican in Spokane, WA