Dem. Sen. Murphy questions whether law enforcement should be funded in states that refuse to enforce gun laws

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Democratic Senator Chris Murphy said Sunday the Senate should hold a discussion on whether to continue funding law enforcement in so-called "Second Amendment Sanctuary" states and counties.
Murphy said 60% of counties in the US refuse to enforce state and federal gun laws during an appearance on CNN's State of the Union, calling it a "growing problem in this country."
"The majority of counties in this country have said they will not enforce state and federal gun laws," the Connecticut senator said. "They have decided that they will essentially refuse to implement laws that are on the books."
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"I think we need to talk about whether we can continue to fund law enforcement in states where they refuse to implement these gun laws," Murphy said, adding that he will be speaking to his colleagues on the issue.
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Murphy's apparent renewed call to "defund the police" comes after many Democrats, including President Biden, called for police funding ahead of November's midterm elections and as a crime crisis rages in major American cities.
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In September, the Major Cities Chiefs Association released a semi-annual report on violent crime that surveyed over 70 major U.S. law enforcement agencies and found that violent crime increased by over 4% in 2022 compared to 2021 numbers. Robberies and aggravated assaults topped the increase in 2021, up 13.1% from 2021 and aggravated assaults by 2.6%.
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Murphy's comments also raise questions about how Democrat-run cities did or did not enforce immigration laws as waves of migrants crossed the southern border, and the civil unrest that erupted throughout 2020.
Chris Murphy
American lawyer and politician (born 1973)

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