A task force to address high profile gun violence cases has provided its thoughts, and it was time for Gov. Chris Christie to speak. The state’s highest ranking official rolled out a plan to limit gun violence in the state. Christie did note that some of the legislation that failed in the U.S. Senate on gun control doesn’t apply to New Jersey, because the state already has the second strictest gun laws in the country. His proposals called for stronger back round checks, the elimination of purchase of a Barrett .50-caliber sniper rifle, and not allowing juveniles to buy violent video games without parental consent.