Abrams on Gun Control: ‘We Have to Start with the Premise that Assault Weapons Don’t Belong on Our Streets’

‘I have supported legislation that responded to massacres across our country’

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ABRAMS “I've supported legislation that responded to massacres across our country and said that we have to take action on assault weapons. As I said yesterday and will always say, we want to introduce legislation to start the conversation, but the legislative process leads to common results where people can work together on how we achieve our goals. I’m open to any conversation that will make our community safer, but I think we have to begin with the fundamental premise that assault weapons do not belong on our streets.”

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