Events like the Aurora and Newtown shootings have
recently brought the gun control debate front and center yet again. Albeit occasionally overshadowed, it is a topic of perpetual legislative and sociological debate. The discussion around this polarizing issue involves personal protection, the second amendment, public safety, mental illness and many other considerations. Questions abound: Are laws likely to change? Should we expect our elected leaders to take action? Will it happen locally or nationally?
will address these and other questions as he frames multiple angles of the gun control debate and
critically examines the various opinions on this complicated issue.
About Dave Kopel
Dave Kopel is a nationally recognized authority on gun control issues. On TV and in print, he is regularly quoted by news outlets which have recently included CNN, CNBC Squawk Box and the Denver Post. While he has been published innumerable times on a variety of subjects, his experience with the gun control topic is especially deep. Among many other affiliations, Mr. Kopel is currently the Research Director of the Independence Institute and an Adjunct Professor of Advanced Constitutional Law, Denver University, Sturm College of Law. He is a former Assistant Attorney General with the State of Colorado. Mr. Kopel is an alumnus of the University of Michigan Law School and Brown University.
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