Gun control discussion heats up among readers
In the aftermath of the school shooting in Connecticut, the debate about gun control laws has become even more heated with some people calling for stronger laws while others say the laws already in place should be abolished.
The Mountaineer recently asked its readers to comment on the legislative talks regarding new laws on guns and assault weapons and what changes, if any, they think should be made to laws concerning guns in schools. Just as in the political arena, people expressed strong opinions from both sides of this issue.
Some argued in favor of eliminating the law banning guns in schools.
John Meyers said he wants to see an “immediate nullification of the gun free school zones act and (a) preemptive effort passed by the state legislature nullifying all future gun control efforts.”...