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Gun laws won’t stop criminals

May 5, 2013
Parkersburg News and Sentinel

In response to Jim Rapp's letter published April 21, I take issue with the statement the Senate went against the wishes of 90 percent of the American people. I have yet to see a survey showing 90 percent of the American public favored the flawed bill the Senate voted down on April 17. The bill in question would have done nothing to curtail the activities of the criminal element, nor would it have prevented terrorist attacks. Buckeye Firearms recently published a report stating 90 percent of police officers questioned stated the bill mandating universal background checks would not curtail crime.

 
 
 

 

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