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While Democratic politicians insist on infringing on the rights of law-abiding Americans to prevent the next mass shooting, a report from earlier this week that received barely any attention shows that their efforts would not have stopped the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gunman. House Democrats introduced an assault weapons ban bill this week that would also "prohibit the sale, transfer, production, and importation of semi-automatic rifles and pistols that have a magazine or can accept a magazine that can hold
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rifles and high-capacity magazines, and stops selling guns … for members of the National Rifle Association, perceiving the brand … with the NRA and manufacturers of assault weapons, often … the wedge. Its insidious Second Amendment “report cards” dole …
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Gun Buyers ClubThe dominoes are falling. A major U.S. gun retailer refuses to sell assault-style rifles and high-capacity magazines, and stops selling guns to kids under 21. The biggest chain store in the U.S. follows suit on age limits. Banks, airlines, insurers and rental car companies rush to cancel special discount programs for members of the National Rifle Association, perceiving the brand to be toxic.

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They’re small victories. But after years of legislative sclerosis, they signify an important shift

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Rather than address our broken mental health system, our inability to provide proper school security, or numerous failings by law enforcement and others to identify a clearly dangerous individual, all solutions that NRA supports, gun control activists want to blame the NRA, its members, and America’s 120 million law-abiding gun owners. Make no mistake, the NRA will not let the media elites get away with blaming its members and the gun-owning public for the acts of a single deranged
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Gun Buyers ClubTALLAHASSEE — Facing mounting pressure, the Florida Senate[1] is scheduling a rare weekend floor session to debate a hotly contested gun and school safety bill meant to address the Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland.

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In a memo Friday, Senate President Joe Negron[2] said the bill’s sponsor, Republican Sen. Bill Galvano, wanted “additional time to work on this important issue.” The Senate had been expected to debate the measure Friday but

It’s back. In the aftermath of the Parkland, Fla., school massacre, House Democrats are making another attempt at banning so-called assault weapons. A “supermajority” (156 of 193) of House Democrats have signed on, leaving no doubt as to the party’s move left on gun control. The bill, called the “Assault Weapons ban of 2018,” is a non-starter — at least so long as Republicans control the House — but it’s a mistake to simply write off any proposal backed
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