Friday, February 11, 2011

Questions need answers before more power given

With members of the Congress now probing whistleblower allegations of improprieties in ATF gun interdiction efforts along the U.S.-Mexican border, is it wise to give the agency more power?

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives wants to require gun dealers to report people who buy more than one semi-automatic rifle in a five day period.

The deadline for public comment on the proposed regulation ends Monday, February 14.

The NRA-ILA issued an advisory on Thursday which includes a link to make your public comment.  David Codrea at Gun Rights Examiner says the matter is made more urgent with Congress looking at whistleblower allegations.

Let's demand answers about existing ATF operations before allowing government to expand the scope and scale of the agency's reach.

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