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Monday, July 20, 2015

Everytown Announces New Ad Campaign Targeting "Background Check Loophole"

The Hill has the story here.
“It’s time for Congress to take action and close the NRA-backed loophole that allows people like the Charleston shooter to obtain a gun without a complete background check,” John Feinblatt, president of Everytown for Gun Safety, said in a statement.
Never mind the fact it was apparently the FBI that dropped the ball.  It would seem that in this digital age that three days would be more than enough time to complete the background check. 

Just more proof that every law supported by the gun ban lobby that includes provisions they did not oppose at the time it was passed ends up being a "loophole" when they want further restrictions on our rights.

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