ABA president urges Congress to take steps to prevent gun violence

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ABA president urges Congress to take steps to prevent gun violence

ABA President Laurel G. Bellows urged the Senate Judiciary Committee last month to take prompt action to prevent gun violence by strengthening the nation’s gun laws through taking “reasonable, common-sense steps” that do not violate the constitutional right to bear arms or impinge on gun owner traditions and ordinary uses of firearms.


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