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Oregon New Gun Check Bill Passes

Oregon New Gun Check Bill Passes  A gun background check bill passed the Oregon house this week, Monday. Voted 32-28 in favor and support of Senate Bill 941. The new background check bill now requires records check for all firearms [more]

Controversial Anti-gun Stunt Enrages Conservatives

Controversial Anti-gun Stunt Enrages Conservatives  A social experiment and publicity stunt in New York City has enraged US Conservatives. A fake gun store was set up in the city, where gun store are prevented from ever opening due to state [more]

NRA Low Blows Giffords in Rising Gun Control Debate

NRA Low Blows Giffords in Rising Gun Control Debate  On March 4, gun control advocate, Gabby Giffords joins lawmakers in pushing for expanded background checks on Capitol Hill. The push faces an uphill battle due to GOP majorities in the House and Senate, [more]

Prevent Broken Wallets, Background Check your Valentine

Prevent Broken Wallets, Background Check your Valentine  Valentine's Day is here, but it may not be all roses and chocolates. This season of love, scammers may be taking advantage of the blindness that love causes to rip you off. The Better Business [more]

Uber's Background Screening Process Under Scrutiny

Uber's Background Screening Process Under Scrutiny  Uber, a 5-year-old company that has raised about $2.7 billion in cash and is valued by investors at over $40 billion, is in the limelight these days. It is expanding at breakneck speed, hiring thousands [more]

Record Number of FBI Gun Background Checks Set on Black Friday

Record Number of FBI Gun Background Checks Set on Black Friday  Three background checks per second; Black Friday's buying frenzy resulted in the largest ever number of firearms purchased on the US retail day. More than 175,000 gun background checks in total. It has been an [more]



Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968



The Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (Pub.L. 90-351, June 19, 1968, 82 Stat. 197, 42 U.S.C. § 3711) was legislation passed by the Congress of the United States that established the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA). Title III of the Act set rules for obtaining wiretap orders in the United States. It has been started shortly after November 22, 1963 when evidence in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy increased public alertness to the relative lack of control over the sale and possession of guns in America.

The Omnibus Crime Bill also prohibited interstate trade in handguns, increased the minimum age to 21 for buying handguns, and established a national gun licensing system.[2] This legislation was soon followed by the Gun Control Act of 1968, which set forth additional gun control restrictions.

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