DC: a Bit More Gun-friendly

DC: a Bit More Gun-friendly
DC: a Bit More Gun-friendly
DC: a Bit More Gun-friendly
DC: a Bit More Gun-friendly

The District took a big step on Tuesday toward bringing its gun laws in line with the rest of America. While an oppressive registration requirement remains in place, the D.C. Council voted unanimously to make the overall process of becoming a handgun owner significantly less expensive and time-consuming for residents.

“I’m glad we were able to streamline some of the provisions because the law should not be unnecessarily burdensome,” Judiciary Committee Chairman Phil Mendelson told The Washington Times on Tuesday.

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Tony Kammerer

Much thanks to Emily Miller for bringing the terrible state of gun laws in D.C. to light.

Cobra

Amen to that.   Next we need to get New York and California.   Each are also among the worst for 2nd amendment support from politicians.