Tech Families Want 1-Gun-A-Month Law To Stay
Virginia Tech families are appealing to Gov. Bob McDonnell to keep the state's one-gun-a-month law in place.
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#1 Feb 28, 2012
More laws to restrict legal gun purchases are not needed. The production of guns, ammo, hunting, sport shooting all provide jobs in the Old Dominion.
The incident that occurred at Virginia Tech would not have been changed by another law concerning guns, the solution is always at the source which was mental illness. My heart goes out to the families of the victims. Trying to outlaw fire because it burns a home by an arsonist is the comparison. Again proper identification of mental illness is the proper means to the resolution of this issue, not outlawing matches.
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