California’s Background Check Law Had No Impact on Gun Deaths, Johns Hopkins Study Finds

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  1. MolonLabe2009

    MolonLabe2009 Well-Known Member

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    And just think, the gun grabbers want to impose the same kind of restrictions Nationally.

    When will the gun grabbers realize that gun control does not work?
     
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    US Conservative Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    The left does not care that its draconian measures fail.

    The purpose is to restrict rights.
     
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    Gun grabbing and background checks ar not one in the same.
     
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    Like the 4th amendment due to drug laws..
     
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    kazenatsu Well-Known Member Donor

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    A large portion (maybe 40-50%) of the gun homicides in California come from gang conflicts. Illegal aliens run a black market selling guns to Hispanic gangs. It's mostly each other they kill, but occasionally there are innocent victims when a stray bullet goes flying and hits someone in those crime-infested neighborhoods.
     
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    No single data point is definitive either way;

     

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