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by Caroline Goddard
A celebrity gossip junky, Caroline Goddard has been writing entertainment news for longer than the world has known Kim Kardashian's name. Follow her on Twitter at @GoddardCaroline.
In the wake of yet another school shooting, the voices of the gun control debate are even louder. Here are 20 celebrities who have spoken out about their stance on gun laws, on both sides of the issue.
Arnold Schwarzenegger shares his views on gun control.
Blake Shelton talks about gun control at a 2011 concert at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas.
Despite being — or because she is — a gun owner, Amber Heard believes in tougher gun regulations.
As former president of the NRA, Charlton Heston was an extremely vocal advocate for a strict interpretation of the Second Amendment.
Actor Danny Glover described the genesis of the Second Amendment during a speech at Texas A&M in 2013.
Chuck Norris said that gun bans don't curb violent crime in this op-ed for the website MRC NewsBusters in 2013.
In the aftermath of the horrific mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, Jim Carrey spoke out against assault weapons on Twitter.
During a stump speech in Nevada in February 2016, Republican presidential nominee Trump reiterated his stance on gun laws.
Julianne Moore discussed her stance on tightening safety measures in gun laws with The Hollywood Reporter in 2015.
Gary Sinise discussed his stance on guns and defending the Second Amendment on Larry King Live.
Actress Katee Sackhoff found herself embroiled in a huge internet debate when she offered a few opinions on Twitter.
Law & Order: SVU's Ice-T clears up what he believes is a misconception in people's interpretation of the Second Amendment.
Actor Liam Neeson believes the U.S. should enact much stricter gun laws.
James Earl Jones stands firm on his right to own a gun, as he discussed in his autobiography Voices and Silences.
Matt Damon recognizes that you can't please everyone in the quest to protect the populace from gun violence.
Miranda Lambert is said to be an expert marksman, so it's no suprise she holds her guns near and dear — literally.
Michael Douglas explains why gun control is a personal issue for him.
Much like Jim Carrey, Selena Gomez took a stand for gun control after the Sandy Hook massacre.
Duck Dynasty's Si Robertson said we wouldn't need gun laws if people obeyed the word of God in an interview with Men's Journal.
In a famous on-air confrontation with Rosie O'Donnell, Selleck defended his NRA membership and Second Amendment rights.
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