Gun Control

Christie Vetoes Gun Bills
Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday continued his fight with Democratic lawmakers over gun control, vetoing two proposals aimed at restricting gun ownership in the Garden State.
Christie Gives Full Pardon
A 26-year-old U.S. Marine recruiter received a full pardon from Gov. Chris Christie Wednesday, clearing him of gun-related charges filed against him last Labor Day weekend in Bergen County.
Christie Talks Guns
Discussing the ongoing gun control debate on Tuesday night's Ask The Governor program on NJ 101.5, Chris Christie said it's easier in New Jersey for "bad guys" to obtain guns than good people.
Smart Gun Bill Approved
Smart guns can only be fired by the owner. They exist, but they’re not sold commercially in the United States. On Monday. a New Jersey law made it illegal to sell any other guns once smart guns are available for purchase.
Another Veto Override Attempt
New Jersey Democrats have tried more than 50 times to override one of Gov. Chris Christie’s vetoes. They have failed every time. Thursday, Senate Democrats were scheduled to try again.
'No One is Going to Hide'
The New Jersey Senate will make another attempt to override a veto on a bill designed to prevent mentally ill people from getting guns. This time, however, the Senate president is taking steps to make sure every member of the upper house shows up to cast a vote.

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