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Gun control and the debate of course this is -- always a hot debate certainly is now as we -- the new year with all that has been going on.
In our country over the last few months.
And we want to continue the conversation with Jim and Julie now.
We want to talk about the damage control debate.
As a Bruins forward in this new year and also you have a -- coming out on our opinions section.
I'm so why don't we -- up.
-- a conversation with what you spoke about on what is going to be on the opinion page coming up a later today doing well in Hawaii Rhode Island.
-- personal -- very personal.
Those looking for me to write about my aunt who was severely mentally ill and sometimes your muscle -- -- manifests itself violent tendencies.
And I I use that analogy about a story it's essentially say that leads to better job.
Making sure that people were -- -- to not have access.
Two -- some unsolicited unsolicited and adjudicated to be.
-- to be filed violent.
Have access to guns and I'm fortunate right now.
Up 40% of all guns -- -- in this country at gun shows some places that are not subject to background checks -- -- but we do have laws preventing people were mentally ill.
From getting guns.
So my contention essentially is that needs to a better job essentially closing the gun show loophole to prevent people -- nothing getting -- innocent I read my -- my -- Did have a tendency to be very violent and it's a blessing that she did not live in a place where she could get guns.
But others are not as fortunate and so therefore.
I really feel very strongly that the controller -- things like that keeps you very much tape and we need to have that mandate not just recommended mandate that states report.
Since yes which is the national registry of them but people should not have guns.
People who are mentally alert people who should not otherwise have -- with otherwise.
This will continue.
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