Crime Control Act of 1990



During the 1990s, Congress had a difficult problem to deal with. There was a sudden increase in juvenile violence, and policies of the time did not provide for action against certain financial offenders. The Crime Control Act attempted to limit the flow of guns on school campuses, prevent and control the use of anabolic steroids, and bolstered several efforts aimed at protecting children. The act also had consequences for banks, which provided some legal grounds for employee protections and discussed how the Fed would go about collecting loans owed to it. Continue reading