It's interesting because this is what's come up a few times. We have people who don't have a problem with that assurance maybe, but aren't sure if it's necessary. It's interesting that we're hearing from the firearms community that they would like that kind of reassurance.
I'll ask the other witnesses a question in the time we have left. Obviously, if we accept what the government says at face value, they're saying that the goal of this isn't to impact law-abiding firearms owners or lead to an increased paper burden or increased amount of data. Do you see any harm in putting that clarification not just in the preamble but in the text of the legislation?