President Obama made public his strategy to limit violence based on guns use

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On the center of his argumentation, the President incriminated the gun sellers who operate “under a different set of rules” selling weapons “with no background check, no questions asked.” As a result, “a recent study found that about one in 30 people looking to buy guns on one website had criminal records.” What he wants is an expanded background check: “Under the guidance of Jim Comey and the FBI, our Deputy Director Tom Brandon at ATF, we’re going to hire more folks to process applications faster, and we’re going to bring an outdated background check system into the 21st century.”At the same time, it will be required a most transparent system to report lost or stolen guns on a timely basis. The actual American administration thinks to adopt measures to help people suffering from mental illness to not commit suicide and at the same time ask federal mental health records to be submitted to the background check system. Not at least, considering the increasing number of the firearms accident, Mr. Obama asks as new technologies to be applied to make guns safer. He hopes to be sustained in Congress being realistic:” And, yes, it will be hard, and it won’t happen overnight. It won’t happen during this Congress. It won’t happen during my presidency.”

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