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Thread: Gun laws are getting looser across much of US (AP article)

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    saw this on Yahoo news. thought i'd share.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_looser...OOhQR7AOp0fNdF

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    I suspect that if you were to go to the VPC or Brady Bunch home offices in DC, you'd be met with a strong scent of urine.



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    The violence policy center is a club house for liars and deceivers and cannot even be honest relative to their namesake. The are not about theconcern forviolence, they are not about public safety, they are only about the disarming of the American Public. Little wonder why their propaganda is falling upon the deaf ears of the American Public who are recognizing the VPC and the Brady Bunch as nothing more than a fountain of bad information.

    Urine not withstanding.

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    " Gun Laws Getting Looser"

    Should have read,

    " Americans Still Have Constitutional Rights"

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    Thank goodness.

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    in the article, it says

    Arizona, Florida, Louisiana and Utah have made it illegal for businesses to bar their employees from storing guns in cars parked on company lots.

    does Idaho have a law like that? or can any company i work for in idaho still ban me from keeping my gun in my car.

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    It is my understanding that they can.

    Private property rights and conditions of employment. For what it's worth, I do not agree that employees should be allowed to carry against the wishes of the owner(s). Customers, yes, and the employees should be allowed to keep them in their cars, but if the owner doesn't want guns in there, it's their right.

    Public buildings and public/government employees should be allowed (IMO) full carry rights as well.



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    "Chattanooga retiree Ken Hasse, 71, said he worries about the possible consequences of allowing people to carry their guns in places like parks. "It's going to tempt somebody to use one," he said."

    LOL. yeah, those gawddang parks just bring out all the temptation in me... I hear the voices...

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