Strong majorities of National Rifle Association members reject newly proposed gun restrictions, according to a survey released Thursday by the gun advocacy organization.
The poll finds more than eight in 10 NRA members oppose bans on high capacity ammunition clips and semi automatic assault weapons, with at least seven in 10 opposing each "strongly." At the same time, 91 percent support changing laws to stop people with a mental illness from acquiring guns, and 82 percent favor placing armed guards in every school, a central proposal of the advocacy organization.
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