DOJ Beginning to Implement Obama's Executive Orders on Gun Control
Eric Holder has already issued proposals to three proposals for the National Instant Criminal Background Check System
The Justice Department is taking the first steps toward carrying out President Obama's executive actions on gun control.
Attorney General Eric Holder on Friday released three proposals to strengthen the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), which was one of the 23 actions ordered by Obama last week to tackle gun violence.
The proposed regulations would give local law-enforcement agencies access to the gun-sale database that is maintained by the FBI. The rules would also preserve records of denied weapons sales indefinitely.