Gun Control Advocates Recommend New and Stronger Regulations

( – Gun control advocates who stayed relatively quiet during President Obama’s first term are now speaking up.

In a new report, The Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research identifies what it sees as weaknesses in current gun laws. It also explains how those weaknesses can be fixed without passing new laws.

Gun sales have soared during the Obama presidency, as a “get-em-while-you can” mentality took hold among Second Amendment supporters.

Although President Obama has not addressed gun control during his first term, many gun owners expect him to do so if he gets a second term and is not impeded by re-election worries.

In its “Case for Gun Policy Reforms in America,” the Johns Hopkins Center argues that the Second Amendment doesn’t prevent politicians from strengthening gun laws that are already on the books — and it says that’s exactly what they should do.

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