CNN’s Powers: The Issue Is Why Are People Walking Around with Weapons that Were Created for War

‘Absolutely the government can tell you what kind of guns you can and can’t have’

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POWERS: "I would love to address this. So I grew up in Alaska in a house with at least a dozen guns. I mean, I grew up shooting gives up. We actually lived not near other people so we were actually taught to defend the house with guns. We didn’t have any semi-automatic weapons. We had shotguns. And we felt perfectly safe and so did everybody else. So the issue isn't about whether or not someone can have a shotgun in their house; the issue is why are people walking around with weapons that were created for war."

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