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- The Detroit City Council approved a "Bullet Bill" gun control resolution Wednesday with a unanimous vote.
The resolution limits ammunition amounts that can be bought while requiring a mental health background check on buyers of ammo in Wayne County.
As part of a proposed Wayne County "Bullet Bill" ordinance, additional county taxes would be imposed on the purchase of ammunition with revenue going to assist victims of gun violence and educational programs with a focus on conflict resolution, administrative costs.
Spivey sponsored the ordinance that would require mental health background checks on those looking to buy ammunition and it would also impose additional county taxes on ammo.