Oklahoma legislators are talking about gun control after the recent mass shootings that took place in Taft and Tulsa, OK. as well as across the Nation. Some lawmakers suggest that the state has too few laws and regulations regarding firearms and the safety of the general public.
It's said repeatedly, ad nauseam. "What we need is common-sense gun control." So what exactly does this mean? More importantly, would it make an impact and create a safer more secure country and citizenship?
Oklahoma will soon be making some changes to state hunting and fishing licenses. A new bill has overwhelming support from state legislators, so what does this bill do and how will it affect hunting/fishing licenses?