Murder Rate Fell 6.1% After Supreme Court’s Bruen Decision, Gun Control Industry Silent
By Jennifer Sensiba
The mid to late 20th century was the peak era of gun control in America. The violence and unrest of the 1960s kicked it all off with the the Gun Control Cct of 1968, the Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986, the Brady Law of 1993 and finally the Clinton “assault weapons” ban of 1994.
Few states allowed concealed carry in any form, while a number of western states only allowed open carry.
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