You can`t say our elected representatives in Congress aren`t responsive. When a crisis arises, they can be overwhelmed by the need to do something to solve the problem. Congress passed a law in 1992 that made it a federal felony to carjack a vehicle. But, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the feds prosecute only about 230 of 49,000 carjackings attempted or completed each year.
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