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Old April 19, 2013, 09:30 PM   #29
JimDandy
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This data is to be provided with the same frequency as the reporting of felony convictions, etc.
As I've already mentioned, there are more mental deficient records than felons.

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I proposed to both my Senators that someone needs to put forth a stand-alone Bill that mandates that the states provide to the NICS data base, all adjudications of mental defect and involuntary committments.
With our dual sovereignty system, the Federal government has VERY limited ability to mandate the State government do anything. They can only offer money, and prevent grants/federal services in states that don't comply in an effort to cajole states into compliance, or shame their citizenry into demanding compliance from their state lawmakers.
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