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Reaction To Obama Calling For Change
In a speech Sunday night President Obama called for change to protect the children. President Obama did not specify what kind of change but many folks assume its cracking down on gun control.
"People know changes are coming," said Miles Hall, owner of H&H Gun Range.
Hall says over the weekend gun sales spiked.
"It definitely stayed busy."
Hall says more than firearms people were buying safes.
"They want to know their stuff is protected," said Hall
While president Obama never specified what changes he will make many say he put gun control in the cross hairs.
"The executive branch has a tremendous amount of power," said attorney Doug Friesen.
Friesen says the President controls the trading and importation of guns, ammo and parts.
“Those are things that don’t have to go through the
legislative branch. That don’t have to worry about putting laws into effect.”
Friesen says through an executive order the president can pass almost anything with a few exceptions.
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