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Old January 25, 2013, 02:43 PM   #36
Fishing_Cabin
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One of the main issues I have with any of the proposed legislation, is that while we may be increasing what is illegal, we are not doing anything at all to increase enforcement efforts, nothing to increase efforts to prosecute, and nothing to increase the efforts to house those convicted of these crimes. Without that, well, we have no, or little effect.

For those who want "Universal Background Checks" why dont we first step up funding and possibly mandate investigation, and prosecution for violations of firearm laws already on the books?

After that step is taken, and a reasonable time has passed, lets do a study to see if there has been any reduction in crime, or violence, and then we start looking at adding new laws to reduce violence, if needed, but not infringe on a law abiding persons rights...
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