Are gun rights growing or shrinking in Joe Biden’s America? And what about gun violence?
Last June, the Supreme Court struck down a New York law that prohibited people from carrying guns outside their homes, the latest in a growing list of court decisions and policy changes that have expanded Second Amendment rights over the past few decades.
Just days later, President Joe Biden signed into law “the most significant gun measure to clear Congress in nearly three decades,” and he continued to join supporters of stricter gun control in calling for a ban on so-called assault weapons. Countries where mass shootings and crime are becoming major political issues.
join becauseNick Gillespie this Thursday at 1pm Eastern for a live discussion about the current state of gun rights, Biden’s “plan to end our gun violence epidemic,” and the defensive use of guns by Americans. He will be joined by her because Colleagues Jacob Sullum, a widely respected expert on gun issues, and Amy Swearer, a legal fellow at The Heritage Foundation, where she maintains the group’s database on defensive gun use, and author Essential Second Amendment.
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