Trump Administration Issues Ban on Bump Stocks

Headline Roundup December 18th, 2018

The Trump administration on Tuesday issued a ban on bump stocks, the type of device used during the 2017 Las Vegas massacre which allows semi-automatic weapons to fire at rapid pace. Supporters say the measure takes a step in the right direction toward curbing gun violence, while opponents argue that such regulations are unconstitutional and ineffective.

Trump Administration Issues Ban on Bump Stocks

From the Left
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The Trump administration will ban bump-stock devices like the kind used in the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting, a decision that is scheduled to go into effect in three months but could face

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From the Center
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The Trump administration is issuing a final rule that bans bump stocks, devices that allow semi-automatic weapons to fire much more rapidly, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said Tuesday.

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From the Right
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For over a year, gun owners have prepared for a ban on bump stocks. After the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, the Trump administration vowed to make the firearm accessory illegal.

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