Gun Control Bills Split Up in Committee, NRA President Says “the Tide is Turning”

National Rifle Association (NRA) President David Keene told conservative listeners at a New York meeting that the future of the gun debate will be “a very rough and very ugly battle.” But, according to Business Insider, Keene also believes that the majority of the proposed gun control bills do not have enough support to be passed. One of the most pressing is the new “assault weapons” ban put forward by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), which along with three related bills will be reviewed in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.

Instead of considering the four bills as a whole, the Huffington Post reports that lawmakers are thinking of reviewing the proposals separately. The bills are…

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