Mental Illness & Guns

Whether one opposes or supports laws that address mental illness and substance abuse as a means of combating gun violence.


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    Necessary Preventive Measures must be taken to make sure that mentally ill people aren't able to purchase guns

    Folasade Adeluola For US SENATE

    U.S. Senator,
    Burlington, Vermont

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    "Mental illness" is vague. Historically, a tyrannical government has defined opposition to state orthodoxy as an illness, and used this as an excuse to destroy our liberties. I will resist any legislative effort to subvert these definitions. The laws on Colorado's books are strong enough.

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    I firmly believe that those with most mental illnesses are very unpredictable. This means they can become violent and should by no means be allowed to own a firearm due to these unpredictable tendencies.

    Cameron Alton Chick Sr

    U. S. Representative,
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

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