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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.
"Lo and behold, a kid finds out [when] he's 18 he's on the FBI blacklist," said Mr. Hammond.
"In practice, you need to get an attorney, and attorneys ain't cheap," he said. "And you'll probably need to get one or more psychiatrists to tell you you're not mentally disabled in any way."