How Congress has changed on the gun issue

Overall the piece is quite upset that those who believe people have a right to selfdefense have gotten more votes in Congress, but it did mention this one fact.

Referring to its rating system that scores members of Congress, the NRA added, ā€œIn the 111th Congress, there were 226 A-rated and 151 F-rated Representatives. The 112th Congress will contain 262 A-rated (+32) and 133 F-rated (-18) Members.There were pro-gun election upgrades in 27 House districts.ā€ . . .



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