Justice Dept. Proposes Rule Intended to Crack Down on 'Ghost Guns'
Ghost guns on display at POLICE hq IN sAN fRANCISCO. (ap)
For years, federal and local law enforcement officials have been sounding the alarm about what they say is a loophole in federal firearms law, allowing people who are generally prohibited from owning guns to obtain them by making the weapons themselves. President Biden recently announced a crackdown on ghost guns amid a series of lethal mass shootings. [Full Story]
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Justice Dept. Proposes Rule Intended to Crack Down on 'Ghost Guns'
The Justice Department on Friday released a proposed rule that would [Full Story]
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Kaiser Poll: Many Parents Hesitant to Get Younger Kids Vaccinated
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