“I am very proud of this young generation and feel our future society will be left in very capable hands for years to come.”
After decades of political stalling on gun violence, students no longer accept platitudes or inaction.
Letter writer Stephen G. Spitler has a reading suggestion for those who favor tariffs on steel.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott recently signed a substantive gun control bill. The White House has elected to move a little more cautiously.
There are over 661,000 people with concealed carry licenses in Ohio. Julia Kustra writes, “That’s a lot of people afraid to leave home without a gun.”
Solving the gun-violence problem is going to take more than parachuting into Columbus and dropping off a package of bills.
“The NRA is no longer solving problems, it now is the problem.”
Thomas Garvin, a life member of the NRA, calls for lawmakers to ban military-style weapons.
“I hope President Trump sticks to his campaign pledges to stand up for steel,” writes Dave Bilski of Perrysburg.
The “Fix NICS” law is far from a panacea, but it’s a start.