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From the column: "Our kids, communities, and economy will pay for his neglect of our commonwealth."
Only in our country do we allow easy purchases of guns, and only in the U.S. do we contend with an avalanche of gun deaths.
While Stauber was a police officer, if he had collected money from citizens or businesses, he would have most likely been guilty of a serious crime.
The deeply divided House voted 217-203 -- with no Republicans in support -- to advance the bill toward passage, after the Senate passed the legislation late on Thursday.

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Evolution, being a slow process, the parasitic NRA has taken years to suck the soul from its followers and target new victims.
It is the first major gun-control legislation to pass in three decades in a country with the highest gun ownership per capita in the world and the highest number of mass shootings annually among wealthy nations.
The court's conservative majority said in a 6-3 ruling that the Constitution puts these decisions in the hands of gun owners, not with local officials, county sheriffs or others who fear that too many guns on the street are a threat to public safety.
The bill would increase background checks for would-be gun buyers aged 18 to 21 by providing law enforcement more time to do the checks and incentivizing states to provide juvenile records to the analysis.
Stauber seems to have become a radical legislator who apparently cannot think for himself but is swept into the crazy patterns of those who control his money and his demanded votes to stay in the circle of GOP power.
Stauber and his fellow Minnesota Republicans have kept quiet about Jan. 6, 2021, when Proud Boys and Oath Keepers helped President Donald Trump stage an attempted coup.

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From the column: "Combine the House package with the Supreme Court protection act the GOP is so insistent on passing into one bill. Pass both, or neither. That's the deal."
If you are paranoid enough to think you need an assault weapon, then you are mentally ill enough to be denied access to one.
I have no fear of the government confiscating my weapons of hunting since I don’t own weapons of mass destruction.

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