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    Gov Jindal Asks For YOUR Support on "YES on 2"

    Gov Jindal asks for YOUR support: "...I hope you'll join me in supporting Louisiana's own Second Amendment by voting YES on Constitutional Amendment #2."

    http://www.businessreport.com/articl...daily-reportPM

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    Quote Originally Posted by NRA80 View Post
    Gov Jindal asks for YOUR support: "...I hope you'll join me in supporting Louisiana's own Second Amendment by voting YES on Constitutional Amendment #2."

    http://www.businessreport.com/articl...daily-reportPM
    I used early voting on Friday, and definitely voted YES on Amendment 2. This is a big advancement for gun rights.

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    Amendment 2 Discussed on radio show 29 October 2012 - links

    Amendment 2 was discussed this morning on the Denny Schaffer radio show. Links to the show are here:

    http://www.wrno.com/cc-common/podcas...t=morning_rush

    Direct link to all four parts of the show:

    http://www.wrno.com/player/?mid=2257...m_name=podcast


    An Assistant District Attorney was a guest. I think he's an ADA of New Orleans. He opposes the law because he claims Law Enforcement wouldn't be able to question a person whether he has a permit, for one reason. He also says even criminals would be allowed to carry without permits (like they don't do that now!).

    The show has four parts but I only listened to the last three, so I don't know what they talked about in part 1.

    Some gun owners are against it and some are for it.

    He starts talking about Amendment 2 at about 27:40 in the 5 am portion of the show (part 1).
    Last edited by SixGunGal; 10-29-2012 at 08:06 PM.

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    Of course the police can ask about permits. They can ask about where someone got their hair cut, too.

    If he's referring to being able to legally detain and question them...hasn't that ship already sunk?

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