Words could take guns from Louisiana’s domestic violence offenders

By LSU Manship News Service

Which word should the state use to confiscate guns from people convicted of domestic violence without offending gun users and their powerful lobbyists?

That is a question with which the state Domestic Violence Prevention Commission has been struggling, and it has now made its choice: relinquishment.

The commission has decided to primarily use that word in its upcoming recommendations on how the state could better enforce a 2014 law requiring domestic-violence offenders to give up their guns.

Read the story in NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune.

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