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Committee on the JudiciaryCrime, Terrorism and Homeland SecurityIntroducedFebruary 25th, 2015
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The Attorney General and DOJ are perfectly competent to determine whether a person has been engaged in terrorist activities. Those people who are blocked from buying or possessing guns would be able to legally challenge the denial.
There needs to be a more robust investigation that informs the decision to prevent a person from buying weapons than the simple determination of a link to terrorist activities, and the Attorney General should be compelled to explain all denials.