World USA-Biden plans to take action against "Ghost Weapons"
Progressives say Biden’s foreign policy is the same as Trump’s. They’re wrong.
Sure, there are some similarities. But Biden’s foreign policy is very, very different from Trump’s.It goes something like this: Two months into his administration, Biden is pursuing many of the same objectives as his predecessor. Sure, the tone has changed — namely, talk of rebuilding alliances and defending democracy and human rights — but much of the substance remains the same.
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Washington, April 7 (Reuters) - US President Joe Biden will disclose Thursday the first steps taken by his administration to reduce armed violence, including a plan to reduce the proliferation of "ghost weapons" after a series of mass shootings pushed him to act. .
Joe Biden will announce that the Ministry of Justice intends to publish a proposal for a settlement within 30 days to help reduce the predominance of "ghosts" intracesible and self-assembled, said a head of the White House. The details of this regulation were not immediately clear.
Biden’s executive actions address a small part of America’s enormous gun problem
Biden announced six executive actions meant to curb gun violence in America.Biden’s actions are significant but address only a very small part of America’s enormous gun problem. Instead, they represent an effort by the White House to use the limited tools the president has, given the difficulties in passing new gun legislation through Congress, to make some progress toward reform.
The Ministry will also publish rules proposals within 60 days to specify that the devices that effectively transform rifle guns will be submitted to the National Firearms Act, which requires the registration of firearms, said the manager.
Weapon control is a subject of discord in the United States, which have known for decades many murderous mass shootings. The second amendment of the United States Constitution protects the right to wear weapons.
The Biden administration has been working for months on firearms control measures that would limit armed violence without triggering a legal battle that could lead the courts to rapidly dismantle these policies. (Trevor Hunnicutt and Jeff Mason; French version Camille Raynaud)
Majority of Catholic Republicans Say Biden Shouldn't Receive Communion Over Abortion Stance .
Fifty-five percent of GOP-leaning Catholics said Biden's pro-choice abortion stance should preclude him from taking Communion. Among U.S. Catholics of all political leanings, 29 percent said Catholic political figures who disagree with the church's strict anti-abortion stance should be disqualified from the Eucharist ritual of taking Communion. Only 11 percent of Democratic Party-leaning Catholics expressed that same sentiment, while 82 percent said he should be allowed to take Communion regardless of his abortion stance.