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  • 1. GUN CONTROL
    Team A
    Maribel Tolano Analyze Nungaray Selene Jimenez Danny Posada Arlene Garcia
  • 2. Perla Sofia Palma
    1993-2009
  • 3. Agenda
    • Arguments against gun control – Danny
    • 4. Arguments supporting gun control – Maribel
    • 5. Gun control and history - Danny
    • 6. Relating to Constitutional Principles – Arlene
    • 7. Reducing crime and accidents – Analyze
    • 8. Conclusion – Selene &
    Arlene
  • 9. Position
    Harder gun control regulations will reduce crime and accidents.
  • 10. Gun Control Statistics
    • Children die daily by gunfire
    • 11. Homicides committed with firearms
    • 12. More handguns in circulation equals more violent crime
    • 13. Owning a handgun increases a person’s risk of being killed
  • 2nd Amendment
    The Right to Bear Arms
    “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a
    Free State, the right the people to keep and bear Arms,
    shall not be infringed.”
  • 14. Debating arguments
    • Keeping guns in the home increases
    personal protection
    • “Guns don’t kill, people kill people.”
    • 15. Guns are used defensively 2.5
    million times each year in the U.S.
    • If you outlaw guns only
    outlaws will have guns
  • 16. Gun Control & U.S. History
    • US v Miller
    • 17. McDonald v Chicago
    • 18. District of Columbia v Heller
  • Constitutional Principles & Gun Control
    • Rule of Law
    • 19. Equality Before the Law
    • 20. Federalism
  • Reducing Crime & Accidents
    • Trigger Locks
    • 21. Background Checks
    • 22. Registering Guns
    • 23. Gun Education
  • Conclusion
    “…..A citizen’s right to bear arms shall not be infringed.”
  • 24. References
    Guns should not be outlawed.
    We propose stricter regulations for guns and their owners.