Not that I believe that more gun control laws are needed, but this doesn’t worry me:

In a small sign of bipartisanship in the wake of the Isla Vista, California shooting rampage that killed six people last week, moderate Republicans joined House Democrats Thursday night in passing an amendment to boost funding for the criminal background check system.

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If signed into law, the amendment would increase funding for the criminal background check system by $19.5 million – raising the total funding level for the program to $78 million – to help ensure states have the necessary resources to submit additional records of prohibited firearm purchasers to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

I’m guessing that the Democrat-controlled Senate will try to beef this amendment up to something that does worry me.