Posted April 6, 2022 9:00 am by Comments

By Dan Zimmerman

After withdrawing the president’s first ATF nominee, David Chipman, in September, the White House is expected to pick someone who could have a smoother path to Senate confirmation. If Biden’s next nominee is able to secure 50 votes, it would be the first time the ATF has had a permanent director since 2015.
During an unsuccessful run for attorney general of Ohio in 2018, [Steve] Dettelbach called for reinstating the assault weapons ban and universal background checks on gun purchases—two positions that have sparked GOP opposition to past nominees.
Continue reading After the Chipman Debacle, Biden Has Reportedly Found Another Candidate to Head the ATF at The Truth About Guns.

Source: The Truth About Guns

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