十大正规网赌网址:詹姆斯·雅各布斯认为,在纽约的安全行为的枪支管制措施不工作

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詹姆斯·雅各布斯

詹姆斯·雅各布斯首席大法官沃伦即宪法法律和法院的汉堡教授,很感兴趣。在他2002年的书, 可以工作枪支管制?

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“我能想通过任何州的枪支法,而无需妥协?”我回忆思考。 “我们会得到什么?”

在他的新书, 控制最艰难的枪法律在全国前列 (New York University Press, 2019), Jacobs and his co-author, Zoe Fuhr, a fellow at NYU Law’s Center for Research in Crime and Justice, take a deep dive into how the law has been implemented over the past half-decade. Their conclusions are unsparing. Almost none of the law’s key provisions have worked as envisioned, Jacobs and Fuhr argue.

“The SAFE Act has been almost totally ineffective,” says Jacobs. “I would call it symbolic politics.” In their introduction, the authors stress that this book is not intended to oppose gun control, but to argue for a “realistic and tough-minded” approach to legislation and enforcement.

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“There is much that other states’ policy makers, executive branch regulators, and law enforcement officials can learn from New York’s difficulties in implementing and enforcing ‘the toughest gun controls in the nation,’” he and Fuhr write. The SAFE Act’s biggest lesson, Jacobs says, “is that gun control in action is tremendously complicated.”

公布2020年1月13日,