Gun Control vs. Gun Rights, Politics, Laws, NRA

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http://www.opensecrets.org/news/issues/guns/

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Samples:

“The Dec. 14, 2012 shootings in Newtown, Conn., which resulted in 28 deaths, including that of the gunman, Adam Lanza, once again turned the spotlight on the debate over gun ownership in the U.S. It has been a political hot potato for years, and one that Congress has dealt with gingerly — too gingerly, in the view of groups favoring tighter regulation of firearms.”

“The last major piece of gun control legislation to make it into the U.S. Code was the assault weapons ban, which passed in 1994 as part of a larger crime bill passed by Congress and signed by then-President Bill Clinton. The ban applied to the manufacture of 19 specific models of semi-automatic firearms and to other guns with assault-weapons features. But the ban expired in 2004, and repeated attempts to renew it have failed.”

“Several new groups on the scene could alter the balance a bit. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg started a pro-gun control super PAC, Independence USA PAC, in 2012; it spent more than $8.3 million in several congressional races that year, with mixed results. Former Rep. Giffords started a super PAC in January, 2013, to counter the NRA’s influence; it set a fundraising goal of $16 million to $20 million to spend in the 2014 House and Senate elections. And another anti-NRA PAC launched in February, calling itself Americans for the Protection of Children.”

MLA Citation:

“Gun Control vs. Gun Rights.” opensecrets.org. Center for Responsive Politics, March. 2013.  (PUT DATE OF ACCESS HERE). <http://www.opensecrets.org/news/issues/guns/>.

In-Text: (“Gun Control vs. Gun Rights”)

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APA Citation:

Gun Control vs. Gun Rights. (March, 2013). Retrieved from http://www.opensecrets.org/news/issues/guns/

In-Text: (“Gun Control vs. Gun Rights”, 2013)

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