Gun Violence: Alternative Solutions For Gun Shootings

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On 1st October at 10:38a.m, a horrific shooting unfolded that resulted in ten people getting killed. Including the recent gun shooting, there were several massive casualties by gun shootings such as the Columbine High School Massacre in 1999, the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007, and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012.
After the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, federal law enforcement agencies have taken a forward leaning approach to these types of incidents by pushing resources into the field as quickly as possible. However, why do such tragic accidents still happen?
President Obama is currently trying to make some changes for gun regulation, but was unsuccessful in doing so. He says “Somehow this has become routine. The reporting is routine. My response here at this podium ends up being
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Due to the unique gun culture and impassibleness of change or erase the Constitution, Amendment Article 2, testing mental state of gun owners monthly by city police, policemen’s monthly censorship over gun owners’ registrations, limiting or lessen variety of guns (in the other words, allowing only Tasers or gas guns), and organizing ethical lectures quarterly in order to remind effects of gun violence are alternative solutions. Many gun owners will not like some of my solutions yet they will agree when they see the tragedy occurs less.
Discussing solutions without expenses is meaningless. Monthly mental test will cause both gun owners and city to spend more money, likewise increasing more duties of policemen is also challenging.
On a practical aspect, reducing harmful rifles or allowing only Tasers and gas guns will cost less expenses. Besides, organizing ethical lectures quarterly in order to remind effects of gun violence is also cost less because it can fund by cooperation with community service or other non-profit

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