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Should Congress support (yes) or fight against (no) universal background checks for firearms purchases?

  • Congress should support universal background checks on firearms.

    Yes, congress should support universal background checks for the purchase of firearms. Right now, there are some background checks in place. These were put in place for a reason, and there are currently loopholes in the system when it comes to private sales. It is not really even a leap to have universal background checks and those who say otherwise are simply being unreasonable.

  • Yes they should.

    Congress should support universal background checks for firearms purchases, not fight against them. This would put Congress in a much better light in the eyes of the people which is something they need to do if they every want to get re-elected. They need to support the people at all times.

  • It Should Be Supported

    I believe Congress should support universal background checks for firearm purchases. I believe this is a good law that will help keep some guns out of the wrong hands. It's not a fail safe method by any means but I do believe it can help make the country safer without intruding on rights.

  • Background Checks Should Be Universal

    Congress should fight for universal background checks for firearm purchases. Although the right to bear arms is a right that should be protected, there should be universal guidelines that allows that right to be for those citizens who will uphold it legally and that can be trusted to bear arms. Firearms should be kept out of the hands of criminals.

  • It could save a life.

    Yes, Congress should support universal background checks for firearm purchases, because doing universal background checks can prevent crimes even before they start. The background checks can stop guns from getting into the wrong hands. This is a small step that can be taken to make sure that gun use is responsible.

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