Should Congress pass this package of gun violence prevention laws?

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Bill Summary

This bill raises the age to purchase a semiautomatic rifle from 18 to 21 years old. The bill prohibits the civilian use of large-capacity magazines and establishes new federal offenses for gun trafficking. Also, this bill creates voluntary best practices for safe gun storage and gives dealers a tax incentive of 10% of the sale of safe storage devices. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearm and Explosives would strengthen its regulation on ghost guns and bump stocks. Sponsor: Rep. Jerrold Nadler (Democrat, New York, District 10) View full bill text ➔

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Opponents say

•    "We all want to keep our children safe [in] schools, but this bill won't do it. This bill is just another Democrat attack on the Second Amendment, and it's likely just the start." Source: Rep. Jim Jordan (Republican, Ohio, District 4)

Proponents say

•    "The bold package… will not only help prevent the next Uvalde or Buffalo, it will also keep our communities and schools safer by addressing many of the loopholes that allow guns to fall into the wrong hands." Source: Rep. Jerrold Nadler (Democrat, New York, District 10)