Piedmont reacts to possible gun restrictions
GREENSBORO, N.C. — The people of the Piedmont have taken sides on the gun debate.
Betsy Lamb runs the Greensboro gun store Patriot Aims and believes Congress should not interfere with gun rights. But if changes are coming, they should involve mental health checks and thorough background checks.
“I don’t take issue with further screening for people who want a permit or conceal permit to purchase a firearm.” she said
Meanwhile Piedmont residents like Relecia Irving say current laws need better enforcement.
“I think they need to be more enforced…needs to be rules who can have guns and how they are controled”
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