Kasich: No, I Don’t Regret the Signing of the Assault Weapons Ban

‘We were adding a law that had no impact — and I don’t think that’s ever smart to do’

WALLACE: "Do you regret your vote for the assault weapons ban in ‘94?"
KASICH: "No, you know, going back and regretting, it’s just — when I look at it now, it was superfluous. We were adding a law that had no impact. And I don’t think that’s ever smart to do."

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