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Should service members considered at risk for suicide be denied gun ownership?

Yes. Any measure to reduce the military suicide rate needs to be considered.
16% (250 votes)
No. Any such regulation or policy is a clear violation of the Second Amendment.
41% (632 votes)
It doesn’t matter. Guns are not the only way to commit suicide for those inclined to do so.
43% (678 votes)
Total votes: 1560


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  1. MY Constitutional Rights should not be denied based on what YOU think I might do. Even though there are many ways to hurt oneself, taking away constitutional rights DOES matter. The next step in this slippery slope is locking up people who are at risk for robbing banks.

  2. Our second amendment rights should not be denied unless a person has a proven diagnosis of mental illness or has committed a serious felony. Even the mental illness diagnosis should be carefully evaluated.
    Veterans who have expressed suicidal thoughts should be offered counseling and given the choice of yes or no to the counseling.
    Guns are not the only way that veterans and people in general commit suicide!

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