Should people convicted of domestic violence be allowed to carry guns? | The Tylt
Partners and family members are the victims in the majority of U.S. mass shootings. Critics say anyone convicted of domestic violence should not have access to guns. Gun rights advocates argue federal law already prohibits individuals convicted of domestic violence from purchasing firearms—but the law is filled with loopholes; in 41 states, convicts can keep guns they already own. And some hardliners see any proposed gun regulation as an assault on the Constitution. What do you think? 🔫
Should people convicted of domestic violence be allowed to carry guns?
Every 16 hours, a woman in America is shot and killed by her partner. Guns make domestic violence even more deadly.— GunsDown (@gunsdownamerica) April 10, 2017
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