Eugene Volokh Quoted in The Telegraph on NRA's Chilling Effect on Gun Legislation

Professor Eugene Volokh was quoted in The Telegraph on how the National Rifle Association (NRA), with its sizable membership, has had a chilling effect on political efforts to pass tighter gun control legislation.  “There are lots of voters (NRA members and otherwise) who feel very strongly about gun rights. As a result, politicians - especially from those states or districts where many people support gun rights - are reluctant to oppose the NRA, since they are worried that voters will retaliate against them for their positions,” Volokh stated.

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