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  1. Gun Control Congress Stalls Out — Again — Dealing With National Trauma Police reform seems likely to join gun control and immigration as issues where Americans overwhelmingly support changes, but Congress is unable or unwilling to do anything.
  2. Jul 16,  · A crystallizing moment in the history of the U.S. gun control movement came in , when the Black Panthers held an armed protest on the steps of the California Capitol; at the time, hoping to.
  3. “Gun control” refers to any legal measure intended to prevent or restrict the possession or use of guns, particularly firearms. (In a broader historical sense, the term also refers to legal limits on the possession or use of other arms, including those that predate the invention of gunpowder.).
  4. Mar 21,  · Former Vice President Joe Biden, who's the current front-runner in the Democratic presidential primary, made several gun-related claims recently .
  5. While a policy of strict gun control is widely accepted law of the land throughout the developed world, the United States remains unique in its legal recognition of the right of citizens to have and bear arms. In light of gun-related tragedies, opinions about gun control in the US have grown more polarized and contentious than ever.
  6. Perhaps the most striking contradiction inherent in the gun-control lobby is that its promotion of licensing discrimination and special police privileges comes on the backs of those seeking to.
  7. Regulate possession of existing assault weapons under the National Firearms Act. Currently, the National Firearms Act requires individuals possessing machine-guns, silencers, and short-barreled rifles to undergo a background check and register those weapons with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
  8. Since , Congress has strictly regulated the manufacture, transfer, and possession of machine guns. The firearms are regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA) (26 USC § et seq.) and the Gun Control Act as amended by the Firearms Owners’ Protection Act (18 USC § et seq.).

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