YES! - Congress will enact sensible gun laws to prevent further tragedies.
13%
NO! - It's economic stress that's causing people to snap.
87%

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Lois Bradley 3 years 45 weeks ago

My Yes vote is more a hope than a belief. I keep wondering what will finally be the last straw?

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It doesn't work internationally, it doesn't work nationally, and it doesn't work at the state level.

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