Gun Rights: The Importance Of Gun Control

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Consistently, guns have been misused by the citizens there should be law where everyone can keep the rights to firearm but still safe for others.

Political and federal needs to come together and agree to set laws and rules on gun control. In today 's news, we have watched mass events occur and don 't have full information, but sadly it was used by guns. In other words, many issues involve guns, such as racisms, safety, mental illness, and not enough knowledge on gun rights. However, gun control is only a concern when some mass shootings happens such as: school shootings, airports, clubs, hotels, churches, malls, etc. How can many lives be taken outside of war? While those incidents occur, many fear that they will lose their life by individuals that are labelled to be mental ill or other. The question is why does it take so many mass shooting and deaths to become a real issue and why is the government just now trying to make changes? The president should already have in mind to keep everyone safe from any harm. Gun use is out of control.

In addition, many people are willing to mention the 2nd amendment in the bill of rights, when it comes to gun rights. “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Yes, "The right to bear arm" is needed but now it is overlooked and abused. The government may have a part with the bill it still follows the constitution. Express

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