A proposal in South Carolina would bar domestic abusers from having guns. The goal is to cut down on murders resulting from domestic violence. A similar ban is already law at the federal level. GPB Savannah’s Emily Jones asked Kristin Dubrowski of Citizens Opposed to Domestic Abuse why the state would need to pass the same law.
The bill to ban abusers from owning guns will go before lawmakers in the state’s next legislative session in January. To hear the full interview, click on the audio player to the left of the story.