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    Exclamation Streaming Live: Watch Arkansas Open Carry bill in House Judiciary Cmte today!

    Sure to be an interesting day at the Judiciary committee today:
    http://arkansas-house.granicus.com/M...?publish_id=70

    Begins today at 10 AM CST.
    Chris Matthews
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    They are not discussing HB1051 today.
    The thing about common sense is....it ain't too common.
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    There's government working at its best.... the committee was packed full of people that took off work and traveled, some a great deal, to be there and it was put off on a technicality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmatthews40510 View Post
    There's government working at its best.... the committee was packed full of people that took off work and traveled, some a great deal, to be there and it was put off on a technicality.
    Absolutely!!!
    The thing about common sense is....it ain't too common.
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    No, we can't have honest, law-abiding, hard-working, tax-paying citizens actually render testimony unto their elected representatives so that said representatives can make an informed decision...

    I wonder who pulled the plug? Perhaps literally...
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