Second Amendment

DENVER (CBS4)– Pres. Joe Biden is taking executive action to step up gun safety measures. This comes after an outburst of mass shootings, including the deaths of ten people in Boulder. Thursday’s executive actions include ordering the Justice Department to draft model Red Flag legislation for states to implement. Colorado already has a Red Flag
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U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson has long emphasized he’s a Second Amendment believer. He just doesn’t believe some weapons should be legal or purchased without extensive background checks. So it wasn’t a surprise that the Democratic congressman from St. Helena was thrilled hearing President Biden’s announcement of a series of executive actions to curb what he called
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President Biden on Thursday announced a set of executive actions and legislative proposals on gun control, saying that gun violence is “a public health crisis” and the administration’s actions do not contravene Second Amendment rights.  The administration aims to “confront not just the gun crisis but what is actually a public health crisis,” Biden said in
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US President Joe Biden will unveil his administration’s first steps to curb gun violence, including a plan to reduce the proliferation of “ghost guns” after a slew of mass shootings have put pressure on him to act. Biden will announce on Thursday that the Justice Department intends to issue a proposed rule within 30 days
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Despite the horrific number of mass shootings in our country, Congress demonstrates an appalling lack of will to fix the problem. When will it be the right time to recognize the difference between owning a gun as part of a subsistence lifestyle and owning a gun to mow down children in a school or shoppers
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The United States has a glaring problem: mass shootings. From Columbine to Aurora to Parkland to Boulder, mass shootings briefly grasp the nation’s attention before joining the tragically long list in history. After each shooting, government officials, political pundits and average Americans argue if and how the government should implement gun control legislation. A Pew
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Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge helped lead a lawsuit against the Biden administration and threw her support behind the National Rifle Association in a pair of Wednesday legal filings. Thirteen states, including Arkansas, sued President Joe Biden’s administration Wednesday, claiming the $350 billion in pandemic relief funds for states and local governments “sets up an
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