Here’s where every 2020 candidate stands on guns
The candidates agree on universal background checks and an assault weapons ban. There’s less agreement on other proposals.
In response to recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas; Dayton, Ohio; and now Odessa and Midland, Texas, and Mobile, Alabama, supporters of stricter gun laws have voiced a simple mantra: “Do something!”
So, after little federal action on guns for more than two decades, what would the 2020 presidential candidates actually do?
President Donald Trump, for his part, doesn’t seem interested in much. He has supported a federal red flag law,...