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Citizens Take Aim At Gun Control Laws

January 16, 2013

As the gun control debate rages on amongst policymakers in Washington, the nation’s citizens appear to have taken their own public, albeit individual, stances on the issue, opening discussion and......

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Wetzel

Jan-16-13 4:46 PM

The United States government is a nuclear power with an endless amount of high tech weapons. However big Bill's militia is, with however many guns they have, my money is on the US Military.

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Orlando

Jan-16-13 6:19 PM

I don't carry but I reserve the right to carry and own a gun. I haven't fired a gun in years, again I retain the right to fire if I choose. Lock and load.

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Ginlee

Jan-16-13 8:12 PM

I was pleased to see some of people interviewed were for controls. Rokles said he has "no problem with every gun being sold having a background check" Gerald said "Guns are a factor because they are so easily available" Donna said " I don't think the ordinary person needs a gun that will hold 20 or 30 bullets those type of weapons should be for the military and police" Prosecutor Haught said " laws should prevent criminals from possessing firearms, not law abiding citizens" this article thus shows pepole are looking at both sides.. Thanks

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ImJustSayin

Jan-22-13 11:02 AM

Mr Haught said it best. " laws should prevent criminals from possessing firearms, not law abiding citizens"

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