IA_farmboy wrote:I don't look at it that way. I'll bet the majority of us who live in Arizona don't see it that way either. From what I see the only ones against the bill aren't to keen on the Sovereignty of Arizona either.New law allows people to travel through Arizona without "papers" while armed.
Arizona to allow concealed weapons without permit
A new bill that is on the governors desk could mean EVERYONE needs to carry papers, armed or not.
Arizona Illegal-Immigrant Law Draws Strong Opposition
I post this hear because this bill could wipe out any gains made in Arizona on the Second Amendment with the newly enacted constitutional carry law. This "immigration" bill is a blank check to stop anyone for anything. If I go to Arizona while armed and some police officer takes offense to that I could be stopped for looking a little bit too "Canadian". I could then be detained until I prove that I am a citizen, or legitimate visitor, of the USA. I don't typically carry my birth certificate or passport while I travel within the USA but this law might require that I do.
This law is clearly unconstitutional since it is a "guilty until proven innocent" law and is dangerous to our right to arms, our right to travel, our right to assemble, and a whole lot more. This bill should be opposed most vociferously.