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Gun Owners of America: House GOP Should Focus on Gun-Free Zones and Terrorists, Not Guns

While House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) and other GOP lawmakers vacillate on gun control, combined with the language of terrorism, Gun Owners of America (GOA) warns that guns should not be part of the post-Orlando conversation. Rather, the focus should be on abolishing gun-free zones–like Pulse Orlando–and arresting the individuals who are named in terror watch lists, if those lists are actually reliable.

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Donald Trump: NRA Leaders Are ‘Great Americans’

During the June 19 airing of Face the Nation, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump described NRA leaders as “great Americans” who are motivated by the “best interests of our country.”

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NRA Says Position ‘Has Not Changed’: No Guns for Terror Suspects

In the wake of the Pulse Orlando terror attack, and amid heightened focus on the terror watchlist, the National Rifle Association (NRA) released a statement stressing that its position has not changed: terror suspects should not be allowed to buy guns.

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Jeh Johnson: Gun Control Part of Homeland Security Post-Orlando

On June 14 Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said gun control will part of Homeland Security going forward. He pointed to the Orlando attack carried out by a man who passed a background check, cooperated with the Florida waiting period