The attorneys general for two states and the District of Columbia have announced that they will meet to discuss unified strategies for reducing gun violence and combating illegal arms trafficking in their respective jurisdictions. Brian Frosh of Maryland, Mark Herring of Virginia and Karl Racine of D.C. will inform the public about what initiatives they will pursue after the meeting.While there’s nothing wrong with coordinating to stem the flow of illegal guns across state borders, we are worried about the fact that all three AGs are noted supporters of gun control. What sort of overreach can be expected to result from this meeting? We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available.
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