Where Michigan Delegation stands on NRA, bump stocks (slideshow)

Michigan’s Democratic members of the U.S. House are united in supporting a ban on bump stocks. Republican response is more nuanced. (SLIDESHOW: Click or swipe to see which U.S. representatives have received NRA money, how their votes are graded by the NRA, and what they told Bridge about a proposed bump stock ban after the Las Vegas shooting)


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Sun, 10/15/2017 - 8:05pm

Who in Our Michigan Delegation can actual tell us what a Bump Stock Is? And What a Bump Stock actually Does?

Mon, 10/23/2017 - 7:22pm

I noticed the special interest (NRA) donations listed. Is the reader to assume that special interest groups that DO support gun control DID NOT donate to any MI politicians??