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NRA inhibits gun reform

In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, a young girl watches as activists gather in Lafayette Park across from the White House during a gun reform legislation rally sponsored by various protest groups August 6. Activists gathered to “demand that Donald Trump cease his racist, violence-inducing attacks on the Latinos, immigrants and communities of color, and to urge the Senate to pass H.R. 8, a bipartisan background checks act passed by the House.”
In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, a young girl watches as activists gather in Lafayette Park across from the White House during a gun reform legislation rally sponsored by various protest groups August 6. Activists gathered to “demand that Donald Trump cease his racist, violence-inducing attacks on the Latinos, immigrants and communities of color, and to urge the Senate to pass H.R. 8, a bipartisan background checks act passed by the House.” (Win McNamee/Getty)

When the National Rifle Association makes enormous contributions to politicians, it is pretty obvious that they are buying their vote (“America’s deadly weekend: The guns,” Aug. 5). If television and newspapers would publish lists of names and amounts contributed by the NRA very prominently and frequently, I think we would soon see sensible gun laws.

Patricia Owens, Towson

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