By JB Clark/NEMS Daily Journal
President Barrack Obama on Wednesday released a list of 23 executive actions he will take in an effort to reduce gun violence in America, none of which involve taking guns away from Americans.
Those efforts include requiring federal agencies to make relevant data available for background checks and improving the incentives states have for using the federal background check system.
The actions will look at mental health and address any barriers that prevent states from making relevant health issues available to the background check system.
They will also increase incentives for schools to hire school resource officers.
The executive actions can be found at whitehouse.gov.
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