We see the videos of kids like us on both sides: some are pro-gun control and some don't want any restrictions on guns. But before we talk about the solution to the problem, we must first fully understand what this is all about. This issue is about teenagers not being killed at their schools, a place where they are supposed to have problems, but none that kill them. Adding restrictions may help keep guns out of the wrong people's hands, but there are already too many guns available to dangerous people. So are we supposed to accept that students can get killed and there is nothing we are supposed to do about it? Slowing the sale of semi and fully automatic weapons is just one problem. It also is about finding a way to educate gun owners so that they understand the power of the weapon they own. Along with background checks, there needs to be some kind of gun safety course for people who want to own a gun. At the end of it, there must be a test to make sure we do not put
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The Vermont Legislature has passed sweeping changes in gun control. Click here to read about VT Gov. Phil Scott's plan to sign bill. How do you feel about it?
And how do you feel about the recent demonstration against the restrictions in which hundreds turned out to get free rifle magazines and to protest the passage of the gun control bill? See video above.
What are your thoughts?
All viewpoints, as always, are welcome and respected.