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Gun Control

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on 13 May 2015

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Transcript of Gun Control


Gun policies in the U.S.
In federal and states level

State Laws
Federal Firearm Laws
According to the Second Amendment, it is your right as an U.S. citizen to keep and bear firearms.
Gun laws in the U.S.
Each state
has specific gun control laws, it can be vary from other states, or the central government.
What is Gun Control?
The laws or policies that regulate the sale, possession, use of firearms, and ammunition.
People have the rights to bear arm no matter what the circumstances are.


The
federal government
can play a role in setting rules about what can and can't be manufactured and sold.
These laws either restrict or give the freedom to use guns for the people.

Link
http://www.ontheissues.org/background_gun_control.htm
http://rkase13-gov.blogspot.com/2013/01/gun-control-constitution-federalism.html

http://statelaws.findlaw.com/criminal-laws/gun-control.htm
http://www.deseretnews.com/top/1428/10/California-10-states-with-the-strictest-gun-laws.html

No criminal record
Mentally stable
American citizen
Gun Control Laws by States
Common subject of state laws
License in order to purchase
individual firearms be registered with the police
All states allow some form of concealed carry, the carrying of a concealed firearm in public.
place additional restrictions on certain semi-automatic firearms
Problem
Federal
Some states have laws are similar to the Second Amendment.
Some states have more restrictions against bearing firearms.
New York
21 for handgun
California
21 for handgun
18 for long gun
Vermont
Gun Prohibition Would Stop Murder Incidents?
Tell me more about how alcohol Prohibition stops alcohol consumptions and productions
Guns save life?
74% of felons agree that one reason burglars avoid houses when people are at home is because they fear of being shot during a crime
57% of felons are more worried about meeting an armed victim than running into the police
http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/christophermajka/2012/12/death-innocents-murder-and-guns-usa

No gun in school-zone
Meanwhile
14 for handgun
14 for long gun
Alabama
California
BUT
So federal laws will directly apply for all Americans.
Will it work at the same way.
California
Alabama
Arkansas federal district court charge Jack Miller and frank Layton w/ violating the National Firearm Act (NFA)
They transfer a double barrel 12 gauge shortguns in interstate commerce
Miller and Layton argued that NFA violates their 2nd Amendment rights
=> District court agreed and dismissed the case
=> The Supreme Court reversed the district court, holding that the Second Amendment does not guarantee an individual the right to keep and bear a sawed- off double barrel shotgun

=>the Second Amendment does not protect the possession
http://www.oyez.org/cases/1901-1939/1938/1938_696
By: Tuan Nguyen, Hoang Nguyen,
Richie Nguyen, Han Le, Ngoc Pham

McDonald vs Chicago
McDonald, is an Army vet who lives in the a high crime area in Chicago, thinks the Constitution give him the right to bear arm to protect his family
But the Chicago's law is difficult

=>Chicago refused to allow handgun =>the resident moved the case to supreme court
=> The Constitutional challenge
- the majority opinion agree that 2nd Amendment guarantee the right to bear arms
- therefore, completing ban handgun is unconstitutional
Final vote 5:4 vote count for plaintiff
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