Roll Call reports:
The framework released Sunday called for grant money to help states implement “red flag” laws, which allow law enforcement and family members to petition courts to temporarily remove firearms from people who show signs of becoming dangerous to themselves or others.
But Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, began suggesting publicly this week that states that don’t have red flag laws — and don’t want them — should be able to access the funding for other purposes like assisted outpatient treatment, which is a court-ordered treatment for those who have a history of not adhering with mental health treatment.
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Sen. John Cornyn began suggesting that states that don’t have “red flag” laws — and don’t want them — should be able to access the grant funding for other purposes. https://t.co/37wugPpSSQ
— Roll Call (@rollcall) June 17, 2022