Time to rewrite 2nd Amendment?

Crime, Law and JusticeInterior PolicyGun ControlPoliticsPersonal Weapon Control

Amid all this frenzy to pass more gun laws which will probably not be enforced (there are already an estimated 430 gun laws per state), how come no one suggests amending the Second Amendment to apply to an era with much more crime?

Are lawmakers, officials and citizens afraid of an extremely biased end product, or is the amendment process too slow for an instant gratification society?

Donald Holland, Baltimore

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