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Topic - Michael E. Hammond
The Obama administration is weighing whether people deemed mentally ill as minors should be barred from getting guns as adults, opening up a thorny debate that is unsettling gun-rights and mental health advocates alike.
Michael E. Hammond, a legislative consultant to Gun Owners of America, said the debate is "a little theoretical" at this point — but could become a problem.
He acknowledged there are ways to change the record, but said there are major hurdles.