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Flurry of Gun Bills in Wake of Shootings
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"Just before the Senate adjourned for August recess, the second highest ranking Senate Republican, John Cornyn of Texas, introduced a bill aimed at tackling a problem that is quickly getting out of hand—the abuse of the National Instant Check System (NICS)."
"The instant background check system was supposedly going to stop only criminals from purchasing firearms, but is now regularly used to disarm law-abiding Americans."
"Gun Owners of America has opposed the federal background check system since its inception both on constitutional grounds and because it laid the foundation for gun owner registration and other dangerous government abuse." ...
|"H.R. 2001 requires that before a veteran can lose his or her gun rights, they must receive due process in a court of law. This alone will protect veterans, and a similar measure will protect millions of seniors from losing their gun rights."
Since the 5th Amendment (the supreme law of the land) already covers this, why is it even necessary?
And if it is necessary, it should be generically labeled The 5th Amendment Enforcement Act and should apply to EVERYBODY.