Social Security Admin Ignores Congress on Gun Rights

by Stephen Gutowski | Washington Free Beacon  |  published on August 7, 2015

The Social Security Administration has not responded to a letter questioning the agency’s new gun control efforts sent last month by Republican members of the Ways and Means Committee.

“No response yet,” Ways and Means spokesperson Doug Andres told the Free Beacon.

The authors of the letter, sent on July 21, asked Social Security Acting Commissioner Carolyn Colvin to respond to the committee’s concerns by July 31. They said the Obama administration plans to add Social Security recipients who do not manage their own finances to the National Instant Background Check System (NICS), a move that would bar millions from purchasing guns.

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