We’ve also editorialized that, in some instances, more regulation applies to driving, or owning a vehicle, than to the ownership of firearms. Society seems fine with requiring drivers to have licenses and insurance and be tested on their competence in operating a motor vehicle.
Given those points, it would seem reasonable to wonder just why lawmakers and the society they represent seem unable to move toward sincerely and thoroughly assessing just where things now stand on the balance between gun rights and public safety. It shouldn’t be an unreasonable ask.
Today, we present several other viewpoints on this issue from local writers.
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Andre Jackson, for the Editorial Board.