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    Gun policy

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    Gun control has been a big debate across America due to the high crimes that involves a gun. Oklahoma has nearly half of the states citizen owning a gun, due to Oklahoma laws are so lay back on their citizens owning a gun. Crimes in this state is are near the top half of the United States that involve some sort of firearm. Today there are more tragic mass shootings that are occurring in the United States, in which some are involving small children. This is why the state of Oklahoma needs to put a

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    “Our big concern is to make sure that guns get into the hands of only those who know how to use them. Guns don’t kill people. People kill people.” -NRA slogan. Many citizens believe in this quote but many do not. Some say guns should be out overall; although, this would change the independence of the United States. The largest issue is mass murders with high powered artillery. American's say that guns are killing people and if we had no guns we would not have these problems. But the smarter American's

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    Gun control is an issue that is very public in our society and, therefore, it must be addressed. This is the first step of the policy making process. The issue of gun control causes many heated arguments and easily demands the attention of interests groups, such as the NRA (National Rifle Association). This is both a good thing and a bad thing. People who advocate for stricter laws concerning firearms often have sensible reasons and statistics to back up their reasoning while individuals in favor

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    Topic: Gun Policy Specific Purpose: to persuade my audience that a uniform national gun policy is necessary. Thematic statement/ central ideas: A uniform national gun policy is necessary because the gun policies vary from state to state, the lack of a policy allows innocent death, and costs the public money. INTRODUCTION: ATTENTION GAINING DEVICE: Let me tell you a short story. At 11:10 AM, on Tuesday, April 20th, 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold arrived in the parking lot a few minutes before

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    issue. Particularly gun violence, for firearm deaths account for most of the homicides. Even with restrictive laws against guns, it has been shown that they are not enough to stop violence and further actions must be done. Although Brazil and Mexico have two of the strictest laws in the Americas, “strict gun laws do not seem to correspond with gun violence” (Cawley). The current Mexican and Brazilian government laws do little to suppress armed violence. Even with only one gun store in Mexico, many

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    Public Policy Analysis: Gun Control

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    Public policies are developed in response to the existence of a perceived problem or an opportunity. The analysis delves into a public issue or problem and assesses a set of proposed government action for addressing the issue. The job of the analyst is to describe the background and status of an issue and then, using research and analysis, determine a proper government action to resolve the issue. By comparing options and weighing their expected benefits, the analyst should conclude with a recommended

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    misinterpreted by many Americans since the country has seen many innocent souls falling due to high gun crimes. And that is why I decided to write a research paper to answer one question: a question that states, “To what extents, does strict gun control policies by the governments reduce gun crime rates?” And this writer strongly argues that stricter gun control policies by the governments will reduce gun crime rates significantly. I personally believe my research is very important because it will provide

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    A Stricter Gun Control Policy in America

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    debate about gun control in the United States. (CNN) This won’t happen if we have a strict gun control, so that the killer couldn't get the guns, but in the other hand, if the teacher has guns, they could probably stop the killing. For this problem, we need a stricter gun control policy. We should do more background check and have a very hard test on gun usage. So everyone who uses the gun knows their responsibility, and I believe this will greatly reduce the gun violence in the U.S. Gun control is

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    Americans tend to believe that universal gun confiscation in unpractical and might not decrease the number of gun related murders; on the other hand, some people believe that ending the drug war would decrease the number of gun deaths tremendously. In the article “The Single Best Anti-Gun Death Policy Ending the Drug War” from The Atlantic written by Noah Smith suggests that in order to decrease the number of gun related deaths, the drug war should come to an halt. Smith begins his article with a

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    In a press conference on Tuesday, President Obama announced that a series of policies will be put into place in order to make the requirements for the purchase of firearms more rigorous. This measure will make the requirements for a vendor to sell a gun more strict and the background check process for a potential gun owner to be more stringent. The new policy will be put into place without congressional consent. In his speech, Obama noted that the United States is not the only country that is home

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