Daily Court Reporter - News ABA Legal Fact Check explores statutory law, Supreme Court cases underlying gun control debate
ABA Legal Fact Check explores statutory law, Supreme Court cases underlying gun control debate
In 1934, Congress passed the nation’s first federal gun restrictions, in part, to thwart gangland-style shootings that involved machine guns and silencers. More than 80 years later, the nation continues to debate gun violence and gun control, particularly in the wake of mass killings such as the horrific shooting at a country music concert in Las Vegas on Oct. 1.
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Date Published: October 27, 2017