Thursday, June 23, 2016

House Sit-In

Some of the gun reform legislation that the House is sitting in to bring to a vote is problematic.  Due process concerns are real.  So is the need for expanded background checks and some kind of definition of what kind of background findings disqualify an American from gun ownership. The fact that bills need some discussion and work is not a reason to scrap them, as the Senate Republicans have tried to do, when the needs are so real.  I am very proud of the Congressional Democrats for insisting that this work must get done.

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