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About 42% of those denials were because the would-be buyers had felony convictions on their records.
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Polling shows the party’s voters back ambitious proposals from 2020 presidential candidates. But members of Congress are more cautious.
Mitch McConnell told a Kentucky radio station that Trump called him Thursday morning and they discussed several ideas.
Democrats are overwhelmingly in favor and even Republicans are close to evenly split in a new HuffPost/YouGov poll.
Marine and Iraq war veteran Maura Sullivan is advocating for common sense background checks.
The employee responsible said she couldn't remember her information to log in to a national database that keeps track of criminals.
A recently released survey of the two groups finds minimal gaps in support for many key policies.
Even ultra conservative televangelist Pat Robertson is calling for some gun reform in the wake of the Florida shooting.
It's the most support the Quinnipiac University Poll has ever measured.
A small step in the wake of the Parkland shooting.
“The background check system only works if it contains the proper records," said Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney.
Want to start your day off with a good laugh? Take a look at Wayne-o LaPierre blasting off into outer space in 2016 with
Julianne Moore explains why she’s involved with National Gun Violence Awareness Day
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn), who was elected just before the Sandy Hook elementary School massacre, was appalled that Republicans are repealing a federal rule to stop mentally ill people from buying guns.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn), who was elected just before the Sandy Hook elementary School massacre, was appalled that Republicans are repealing a federal rule to stop mentally ill people from buying guns.
When it became apparent last month that Donald Trump was forming a Cabinet largely made up of zillionaires, the New York
Private gun purchases were even less likely to be vetted.