Samples "Gun control"

Gun control

District of Columbia et al. v. Heller

In the District of Columbia et al. v. Heller, respondent Dick Anthony Heller challenged a law banning the registering of handguns and requiring other guns in the home to be in non-working status. This meant that weapons would have to be disassembled or have trigger locks. He was denied a...

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Guns Should Be Banned

U.S. may be the largest economy in the world and the country has made significant progress in terms of many social issues including racial equality but the current gun control laws remind us there is still a long way to go. It is a troubling realization guns are so easy...

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Ban All Guns except for Military and Police

No person in the United States needs to have a handgun, and in fact, nobody needs to have a gun in their home at all. Our ridiculously violent and murderous culture needs to have a serious, ongoing discussion about gun control which should begin at this starting point: gun ownership...

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How Do People Who Commit Gun Violence Get Their Guns?

Hypothesis It is hypothesized that some of the guns that are used in gun violence are acquired legally after which they find themselves in the hands of criminals, gangsters, and unruly youngsters. Similarly, such guns are acquired from legal manufacturers, distributors, and retailers through the violation of state and federal...

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Gun Rights

The perception of gun rights in the USA is a very complex issue, and one, which is influenced by a number of different factors (e.g., politics, religion, geographic location, etc.). Although views on the possession of guns and firearms may be quite variable, it is actually more conservative than people...

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347 words | 3 page(s)