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Firearm Legislation and its Effect on Criminals and Violence Violence is caused by a myriad of things No matter what the cause however it is never a good thing Many procedures are used by government--and even non-government--officials to help stop this hurtful violence Extra safety precautions are taken to prevent it such as security guards metal detectors and community curfews just to name a few These all however lead down to stopping one thing and that is the possession and creation of firearms To stop the violence the government feels that they must halt possession of firearms and to do this legislation must be passed to form laws keeping the public from these weapons The procedure to pass these laws is not an easy one by any stretch of the imagination Americans will argue for days months and even years as to what they feel should be done about the situation and then once a decision is made the bill must go through the long and tiresome process that it takes in this democracy to pass a law In most cases a law is created in response to some tragedy that has occurred and only is effective in preventing future tragedies instead of fixing what has happened in the past However until there is a way to foresee these tragedies and prevent them in advance this is the way that it will be done because it is the bast that can be done to prevent the same thing from happening in the future While many people feel that this is the right way to go about things there are many strong opponents of this type of firearm legislation One of the biggest opponents is the NRA or National Rifle Association They believe very strongly that some of the reasons for new laws are not valid ones On their web page there is a section entitled Fables Myths and Other Tall Tales that
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