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Five GOP Governors Who Surrendered Ground on Gun Control in 2018

Five GOP Governors Who Surrendered Ground on Gun Control in 2018

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by AWR Hawkins

The post-Parkland gun control push may have netted zero action in Congress but it has certainly found takers in one of the most unlikely of places—five Republican Governors who have surrendered ground on gun control or made clear their intentions to do so.

The state-level slide toward gun control began in Florida, where Gov. Rick Scott (R) signed a $400 million gun control bill into law. Breitbart News reported that the gun controls included firearm confiscation orders, waiting period for long gun purchases, and an increase in minimum purchase age from 18 to 21.

The Los Angeles Times reported that the measure Rick Scott signed also banned bump stocks, which were not even used in the Parkland school shooting.

On April 12, 2018, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) signed a massive body of gun controls into law. Those controls included a ban on private gun sales and bump stocks, although neither private gun sales nor bump stocks were contributors to the Parkland attack.

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One comment

  1. They committed crimes, including breaking the Oath they took, and the contracts that they accepted when they took the governmental position.

    Students who do NOT commit crimes, yet get threatened

    Great job, kid. Particularly at that college where our own government stepped out of line and MURDERED our children for doing a Lawful thing in THIS nation, peacefully protesting. Those who “just followed orders” and “just did their jobs” as told did Hitler, Stalin, Maoe, etc, etc, etc PROUD, and Americans SHAMED.

    Enforcers, military and civil, do NOT do the same. Keep your Oath!

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