The Enforcement Fable | Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

The Enforcement Fable

The National Rifle Association insists that America does not need any new or stronger gun laws, and instead just needs to enforce the laws already on the books. This special report exposes the hypocrisy of the NRA's rhetoric about enforcement, explaining in detail how the NRA has worked to weaken federal gun laws and to make it more difficult for them to be enforced. The report focuses on three important components of our gun laws: the McClure-Volkmer Act, the Brady Law, and funding of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

Read the full report The Enforcement Fable.