Internal battle in Obama administration over changes to firearms rules?

~ The Rebel ~ 2012/05/03 14:26:40

U.S. homeland-security and law-enforcement agencies have objected to Obama administration proposals to relax export restrictions on high-powered firearms, threatening a centerpiece of the president’s trade and national-security agenda.

The agencies, in internal memos viewed by The Wall Street Journal, warn the changes could help arm drug cartels and terrorists and make it harder for the U.S. to crack down on gun-trafficking.

The arms proposal is part of a broader overhaul of U.S. export rules sought by Mr. Obama, with the goal of helping domestic manufacturers compete in global markets, as well as improving U.S. national security by focusing controls on higher-risk items and enhancing the capabilities of allies.

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  • S. Gompers 2012/05/03 14:33:21
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    How much more could we possibly help arm cartels and terrorists beyond fast and furious, and grenade gate?...
  • stevmackey 2012/05/03 14:31:39 (edited)
    This does not surprise me at all. Fast and furious still has not been settled. Holder is still in office. What else is new?

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