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There have been many instances where a neighborhood has been affected by a crime committed by a resident, like the cases described below.
Gutternberg's message came hours after a gunman killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis.
"H.R. 8 and say it's not the intention of it to create criminals, but it's exactly what it does," the Oklahoma congressman argued.
Trump encouraged Americans to get the vaccine earlier this month. But a recent study shows that nearly half of Republican men don't plan on getting vaccinated.
"What we need to do is try to find a place where we can land, a place where there's some common ground," the Pennsylvania senator said on gun reform legislation.
I'm urging you to do everything you can to ensure that this legislation finally becomes law. Talk to your friends, your relatives, your neighbors. Most importantly, reach out to your lawmakers and write letters to your local newspapers.
Lieu, a Democratic congressman from California, criticized the GOP freshman for his comments in a debate about expanding background checks.
New gun owners emerge amidst the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in days-long delays among FBI background checks.
The pandemic could cause a bigger shift in the conversation about gun legislation leading into the 2020 general election, a political advisor told Newsweek.
Kids are now more likely to die from guns than from drugs or drowning. Is this really the kind of nation we are?
Unfinished receivers that have not been fully manufactured are not traditionally considered firearms, although some states have cracked down on unregulated precursors.
On the seventh anniversary of the tragic shooting, Mark Barden, a father of one of the victims, wrote about what can be done to prevent a similar incident from happening in the future.
You can't imagine the pain this video caused me. People are dying.
The Connecticut senator tried to quell the notion from some in his party that there is little-to-no hope of Trump getting his Republican colleagues in Congress on board.
"You are using the pain of the victims of gun violence to speak in a way that allows you to look like you're going to do something but only to play games with their emotions," Fred Guttenberg said.
The Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee announced it will return from its recess a few days early to consider a slew of gun control bills. Here's what they'll be discussing.
A poll by Fox News reveals declining support for the NRA among Americans and also gun-owning households as President Donald Trump mulls new gun control legislation.
"I don't know why it's taken 251 mass shootings now this year for people to start waking up," Christina Huelsman said.
"I can tell you, there's tremendous goodwill for meaningful—I'm talking about meaningful, add that word—meaningful background checks so that sick and demented people don't carry around guns," said Trump, who also confirmed he was speaking with the NRA.
Right now there is bipartisan appetite in the Senate for a strong federal Red Flag law. The Senate should waste no time in getting it done.
Beto O'Rourke, a potential 2020 presidential candidate, hailed the passage of a bill that would require background checks on all gun sales.
Aldean, who was onstage during the Las Vegas mass shooting, said he was a gun owner and was not against people owning weapons.
Although passing a background check is standard procedure at gun stores in Florida, lying on one is a federal crime that is not enforced by state firearm retailers.
Nearly half of Americans who live in a household with a gun share the same sentiment.
Giffords and other Democrats met on Capitol Hill Wednesday, just days after President Trump addressed thousands of NRA members.
Everytown is threatening to hold elected officials responsible for their gun votes during their 2018 election races.