Errors, errors, everywhere

“Flaws Abound in Background Checks,” The Wall Street Journal, June 12, 2018 A3. {Article not available on-line).  The NCIS background check (prior to gun purchases) isn’t 100% effective, because not everyone reports.

Where does your information come from?  Is it complete, accurate, and up-to-date?  Does some of it come (or not come) from third parties?

How much do you rely on it in making important decisions?

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