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'CEOs are good now?' 145 CEOs send senators a letter demanding 'urgent action' on gun control (including red flag laws)

Wealthy CEOs are everything that’s wrong with America today. Unless they’ve got the right politics, of course. In that case, we should all do what they say:


More from NPR:

Saying the country is in a public health crisis, the CEOs say new laws that would require background checks on all gun sales “are a common-sense solution with overwhelming public support and are a critical step toward stemming the gun violence epidemic in this country.”

To save lives, the letter states, “the Senate must follow the House’s lead by passing bipartisan legislation that would update the background checks law.”

The CEOs come from a variety of companies, including Amalgamated Bank and the Royal Caribbean Cruise line. The heads of AirBnB, Yelp and Dick’s Sporting Goods also signed the letter.

Along with stronger background checks, the business leaders are calling for a strong red flag law, which could prevent shootings in cases where family members or law enforcement report concerns about someone who may be at risk of harming themselves or others.


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Crisis averted! Thank you, corporate overlords!

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