Marco Rubio is warming up to the idea of bipartisan gun control.
In an article for The New York Times, Rubio called for the introduction of a bipartisan red-flag law.
Red flag laws give law enforcement the authority to confiscate firearms from an individual who is deemed to be a threat to themselves or others.
17 states currently have this law on the books.
On the first day of the current Congress, Rubio “reintroduced bipartisan legislation with Senators Susan Collins, Republican of Maine; Jack Reed, Democrat of Rhode Island; and Angus King, independent of Maine.”
Rubio believes that there is a “consensus around red-flag legislation developing in real time.” He praised “Senator […]
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