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    Gun Laws

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    Gun violence would decrease if there were stricter gun laws. Guns were built to kill, whether or not they were to kill people, that is the question. It is proven that countries with more restrictions on guns have less gun related crimes, so that would be the case here too. "States with more gun laws have fewer gun-related deaths," (Alcindor). Gun violence would decrease because states with more gun laws have fewer gun deaths, gun laws put restrictions on who has access to guns, and people are more

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    National Gun Laws

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    National Guns Laws The U.S Supreme Court allowed the national government to require states and local law enforcement officials to enforce national Gun Laws through the Firearms Freedom Act. The act stated that any firearm made and retained in-stage are beyond congress under its power to regulate trade amongst the states. This led to clones of the act being enacted in Utah, South Dakota, Tennessee and Wyoming amongst other states. But the act brought about confusion in many of the states bringing

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    Gun Violence and Gun Laws

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    Gun violence has recently become an issue of the United States as more and more tragedies have arisen with relation to gun use. United States are among the top armed nations around the world, and roughly 270 million guns are held by US civilians (Brussel). With such a mass number of guns, it could become unpredictable without proper gun control. As an example, one of the most tragic events was brought upon the nation on December 14 2012, twenty children and six staff members were killed by a single

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    The Gun Laws: Gun Proof Kids Not Child Proof Guns Marcus J Paulus According to Begala (2013): People who own weapons should know their terrible, lethal power far better than non-gun owners. Once you pull a trigger in a vacant field and see a beer can instantly explode, you know there is no force on earth that can undo that destruction. Sure, shooting brings a rush--but it should also spur humility. At least in the gun culture I know, it does. (p. 7) There has been a lot of talk about

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    some reason is mad at the world, goes to school with a gun and kills innocent people. If you do not think this could ever happen to you, ask the parents of the victims of the Columbine High School incident. They will tell you they never dreamed it would happen to them either. Is it not reasonable to say that we must do everything we can to prevent this kind of thing from happening again? This is exactly why we desperately need to close the gun show loophole. Non-licensed dealers and private collectors

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    Gun Laws In The State of Georgia

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    Georgia has many gun laws, which help protect the state and the people in the state. The laws range from having a permit to carry a hand gun, where you cannot carry a handgun, what kind of guns you can carry without having a firearm permit, what age someone can buy a gun. The second amendment gives us the right to bear arms not just in the state of Georgia but it gives us the right everywhere. Georgia also has a law about the possession of people with guns who was involved in a crime, minors with

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    Gun Laws Research Paper

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    Gun laws in America is a very highly debatable subject. Some feel that they have the right to own gun to protect themselves and others are competing against them and feel there should be gun laws, I feel like their should be gun laws in America as way too many lives of innocent people have been cut short due to people getting their hands on a firearm where their are clearly not in the right mindset to use one at all. Historical records show that racism controls gun laws, in the past people have been

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    civilians each day in America. Instead of making gun control stricter, America let’s people take innocent lives more and more each day and I believe that it's time for America to change its ways. America. The Land of freedom. Maybe even too free. Especially with their gun laws. Well known for their gun massacres and school shootings and one of the main causes of this problem is because America is the only country in the world to relax gun laws after gun massacres. An example of this is the 1991 Texas

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    Gun Control Laws

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    making stricter gun laws will eliminated armed crime, they also thought that in D.C. on 1976, and when they did pass the anti-gun law armed crime erupted and the capital got the nickname of the “ Murder Capital”. Criminals won’t stop because there is a law, they will break it because thats what they do. There shouldn’t be anymore gun control laws, it is against the second Amendment to ban guns, criminals won’t stop, and people will switch to a different weapon. Banning any type of gun is against our

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    Gun Laws Are Bad

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    any gun they wanted, which is okay, but not for people who have bad aspirations and intentions with that weapon. Gun laws are a touchy subject in today’s world and the debate world, people either want them around or gone totally. There is nothing wrong with the guns themselves it’s the person controlling the weapon that has the problem most of the time. Which is why gun laws need to be touched up and improved in today’s world. Gun laws are adequate but are not enforced enough. Why aren’t gun laws

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