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Category:Pro Evolution Soccer Category:Association football video gamesMentions of guns and personal freedoms in speeches and debates in Congress have dramatically increased in the four years since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that gun ownership was a constitutional right, according to a new study. What gun rights advocates call the “gun lobby’s victory lap” on the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in the March 2008 case District of Columbia v. Heller appears to have encouraged lawmakers to push for greater gun control, rather than to reinforce gun owners’ rights to own weapons, said Peter Ferrara, president of the National Center for Policy Analysis, a Texas-based conservative think tank. “It’s quite clear that the gun control folks are getting a big lift from this,” he said. Nearly one in three mentions of the “gun” in a one-year span in the House or Senate between Jan. 1, 2009, and March 31, 2011, cited the Heller decision, according to a study by Ferrara’s group. The proportion of mentions on the court decision jumped from 13 percent to 32 percent from the 2008 to 2010 Congress, and then jumped again to 45 percent in the 2011 Congress. “It’s a big jump,” Ferrara said. Other studies have shown similar trends. Robert Spitzer, a political scientist at SUNY Cortland, analyzed thousands of amendments to proposed gun control bills in Congress between 1997 and 2001, and found that “the frequency of mentions of Second Amendment rights or gun rights increased dramatically after the Heller decision.” The Heller decision also drove up the number of mentions of the Second Amendment in a year-long period during the 2008 congressional election campaign, when both parties campaigned on issues such as gun control. At the same time, some lawmakers have used the language of gun ownership to argue for greater restrictions on gun ownership, rather than to affirm the right to own guns. Rep. Jim Moran, a Democrat from Virginia, in a 2009 Senate committee hearing, argued that universal background checks would be unconstitutional because the “right to bear arms is inherent in our American system of justice.” “The right of citizens to bear arms is the guarantor of our freedom,” he said. The fear that the court decision could be used to limit gun ownership was evident in a 2011









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