Re "Liability insurance touted for gun safety" (Page A1, Feb. 22): Guns are obviously dangerous regardless of any constitutional right to bear Arms. Death and injury resulting from crimes, accidental discharges or just poor judgment are inevitable. So what if some groups oppose mandatory insurance.
Most voters, if given the opportunity to vote on gun control, would probably support a wide range of gun control proposals. If legislators were doing their job, they would pass any laws that might reduce gun injuries and deaths, regardless of how many gun laws are currently on the books or the number of gun owners. Voters want results, not hot air from gun manufactures.
-- Rich McKone, Lincoln