The Right says gun control isn’t the answer, but what is?


Gun control isn’t the answer for more gun violence. But what is? A roundup of editorials Tuesday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the Right:

1. Gun control doesn't work

From Tallahassee.com: Which gun control measure in place would have stopped the shooter in Texas? None.

2. Why evangelicals are deeply skeptical of gun control laws

From The Chicago Tribune: Evangelicals are often leaders on major social issues, but shy away from gun control. Why? 

3. Gerrymandering and gun legislation

From The Post and Courier: Will the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on gerrymandering lead to better gun control laws? Here’s how it could. 

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