NRA Exposed: The NRA fights renewal of the Violence Against Woman act

The U.S. House last week passed the renew of the Violence Against Women act. The NRA fought this because it expands the gun removal to include ex-boyfriends who are under restraining orders. This follows the NRA pattern of protecting guns over people. And in this instance, the people are women at risk of violence.

From the Boston Globe:

As Congress is set to vote on reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act — which was, amazingly, almost universally supported when it was first instituted in 1994 and has remained mostly uncontroversial since — the gun kissers are expressing concern that any incremental changes to what the law says about which domestic abusers can own guns is a slippery slope to tyranny.