As of today, there have been over 3,000 American teenagers killed (814) or injured (2,189) by gunfire this year.
The country didn't hit this number until August 30th in 2021.
Teenager incidents: https://gunviolencearchive.org/reports/teens-injured-killed
Syrian Migrant Kills German Teenager, Dumps Her Body at a Sewage Treatment Plant
After reading this, I didn’t have problem with the terms set forth if the purchasing age for firearms is to be raised to 21 years of age. What about the rest of you out there?
[It also needs to be noted that if age restrictions to the purchase and consumption of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products doesn’t stop those below eighteen and twenty-one from gaining access to such, then how is raising the purchase age of firearms from 18 to 21 going to stop them from acquiring firearms?]
Vegas school board objects to hearing sex passage teenage girl was forced to read in class - LifeSite https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/vegas-school-board-objects-to-hearing-sex-passage-teenage-girl-was-forced-to-read-in-class/
If any member of this particular school board thinks it to be inappropriate for a parent to read a sexually charged passage from a HS library book for fear that children (teenagers most likely in this case) may be listening, then what is it doing in the HS library?