The Newtown tragedy and last week's school shooting in California have brought the issue of gun violence back into the national spotlight. Vice President Joe Biden is expected to deliver new gun law policy proposals to President Barack Obama tomorrow. New Jersey voters are clearly united behind the belief that more needs to be done to keep people safe. That's the clear finding in a new Fairleigh Dickinson University-Public Mind poll released today.
After December's successful gun buyback program in Camden, where more than 11 hundred firearms were turned in, law enforcement officials will hold another gun buyback program in Trenton on January 25th and 26th.
In response to the deadly Connecticut school shooting in Newtown, and other recent tragedies, legislation introduced this week is meant to ensure the mental stability of anyone authorized to purchase a firearm in the Garden State.
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