Lawmakers want VA to restore gun rights stripped from some veterans 


A group of bipartisan U.S. Senators has filed legislation to reverse the fact that some vets are losing their right to keep and bear arms because someone is handling their finances.

On Tuesday, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley — joined by fellow Iowa Republican Sen. Joni Ernst and West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin — introduced S.2386, which could tackle how the Department of Veterans Affairs reports veterans to the FBI’s National Criminal Background Check System. Lawmakers want VA to restore gun rights stripped from some veterans 

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