Checks and Balances 

The Tucson City Council closes the "gun-show loophole," but the shows will likely go on elsewhere

The Tucson City Council took a stab at closing the so-called "gun-show loophole" last week when it voted unanimously to approve a resolution that requires background checks on all firearm purchases at gun shows at the Tucson Convention Center. "We're doing exactly…

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