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As a Member of Congress and as Vice President Al Gore has worked hard to ensure that all Americans have access to affordable quality health care He has fought for a strong enforceable Patients Bill of Rights worked to ensure that women and children receive high quality care promoted innovative solutions for long term care needs and fought to protect and improve Medicare and Medicaid Gore also has been a leading advocate for medical research Gore Supported the Largest National Gun Enforcement Initiative in History Gore is fighting for a gun enforcement initiative that includes 500 new ATF Agents and Inspectors to crack down on violent gun criminals and over 1000 federal state and local gun prosecutors to incarcerate gun criminals Also the initiative calls for more than tripling current funding for ballistics testing programs in order to launch the first-ever national ballistics network to track down gun criminals by linking bullets to the guns they were fired from as well as providing 10 million for smart gun technology to ensure that guns are only fired by their owners Gun Crimes Down by 35 percent Since 1992 we have seen a 35 percent drop in crimes committed with a firearm Prosecution of Gun Criminals Increased Since 1992 federal prosecutions of offenders who commit crime with firearms have increased by 16 percent Overall gun prosecutions at the federal state and local level have increased by 22 percent since 1992 - thanks to better coordination with state and local law enforcement Criminals Jailed for Weapons Offenses Increased In 1996 the most recent year for which data is available 22 percent more criminals were incarcerated for either state or federal weapons offenses than in 1992 Gore Supports Zero Tolerance
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