Opinion: Jim Martin: Colorado cities show Congress how to pass gun reforms

Jun 26, 2022 View Original Article
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    22% Positive

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

55% : Certain councilmembers have said they respect the guarantees made in the Second Amendment, but incidents such as the King Soopers mass murders in Boulder have pushed them to act.
47% : At a time when the Pew Research Center said that 81% of citizens -- even the Republicans who were polled -- favor stronger gun laws, the U.S. Senate is proposing a weaker version of 7910.
42% : The revised bill left out at least three of the most important provisions: an assault weapons ban, substantial background checks for all and raising the minimum age to purchase a gun from 18 to 21.
35% : Don't be fooled by the latest maneuvers by Congress on Friday to tighten gun control because it failed to address the real problems.
33% : But comprehensive gun control remains elusive, despite the horrific images from Buffalo and Uvalde.

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