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Will Red Flag Laws Prevent Mass Shootings? p4

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Will Red Flag Laws Prevent Mass Shootings? p4

Will Red Flag Laws Prevent Mass Shootings? p4

As he addressed the nation on Monday, President Trump called for bipartisan legislation that could help stop mass shooters before they have a chance to act.

Now more members of Congress are pushing for "Red Flag Laws" to be enacted in their states.

Red Flag laws, otherwise known as extreme risk protection order laws, allow judges to temporarily prohibit a potentially dangerous individual from possessing firearms. Is this a step in the right direction?

What do YOU think?

Tennessee Firearms Association, Inc.

Executive Director John Harris joined Ben Hall on OpenLine for the discussion.

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