By Beth Baumann
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared on Townhall.com.
The new Congress has been in sessions only a few short weeks and we’ve already seen a number of gun control proposals hit the floor. During SHOT Show I had the opportunity to sit down with Dana Loesch and ask her what anti-gun legislation we’re likely to see during the next year.
“Where do I think Congress is going to go this year? I think the House is going to propose a lot, I think we’re going to see a lot of gun control bills proposed,” Loesch told Townhall. “They’ve had proposals on age restrictions, proposals and legislation that’s being drafted on universal background checks and red flag laws. And I would be shocked if we didn’t see anyone propose any sort of legislation on magazine capacity.”
According to Loesch, we’re likely to see gun control bills successfully make it out of the House but we’re unlikely to see them get out of the Senate, assuming Republicans stand their ground. That may be a challenge though, especially with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) spearheading the “Extreme Risk Protection Order and Violence Prevention Act,” commonly referred to as “red …Read the Rest
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