Felons Have Increasing Access To Guns

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Felons Have Increasing Access To Guns

According to a study from The New York Times, the loosening of state laws across the country has made it much easier for convicted felons to obtain guns legally. What do you think?

  • "Aw, throw them a bone. It's not like they can vote, so they need a way to represent themselves."

    Jessica Serota
    Filter Tender
  • "If I wanted to hear someone on my case about carrying a gun, I wouldn’t have shot my court-appointed therapist."

    Frank Scharpling
    Systems Analyst
  • "Ooh, now I know what to get my felon brother-in-law for Christmas. Thanks!"

    Jack Ralston
    Orderly