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Thread: URGENT! Iowa City, Iowa is Attempting to Violate Preemption!

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    URGENT! Iowa City, Iowa is Attempting to Violate Preemption!

    The Iowa City, Iowa City Council will be Debating The Implementation of a Firearms Ordinance as Early as ToNight!

    The Ordinance Proposal, along with The Corresponding Documents, can be Viewed here:
    http://www.icgov.org/meetingagenda/860.pdf
    http://www.iowa-city.org/weblink/doc...96121&Page=264

    This is in DIRECT Violation of Iowa Code 724.28, as Viewed here:
    http://coolice.legis.state.ia.us/coo...put=724#724.28

    Please Contact Iowa City, Iowa, at: 319.356.5000; to Voice Concern over this UnLawful Ordinance!
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    Don't worry, it's a resolution, not an ordinance. Resolutions can't be enforced. Even though they 'passed' it, firearms are not banned on Iowa City property. The council merely formally agreed to an opinion stating that they are scared of guns -- that's all a resolution is.

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    amaixner:

    Still though...

    I am Fearful that 'They' may try to Impose this Resolution as a Policy, then, an Ordinance.

    I Contacted 'Their' City Attorney, who told me, in BLATANT Terms, that Iowa code 724.28 does NOT Exsist.

    aadvark
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    Quote Originally Posted by aadvark View Post
    amaixner:

    Still though...

    I am Fearful that 'They' may try to Impose this Resolution as a Policy, then, an Ordinance.

    I Contacted 'Their' City Attorney, who told me, in BLATANT Terms, that Iowa code 724.28 does NOT Exsist.

    aadvark
    Its already done. They passed the resolution 7-0 last night.

    And they will not try an ordinance. That is for sure against state law.
    Last edited by Tucker6900; 02-16-2011 at 12:43 PM.

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    Tucker6900:

    ... [G]ood..., then..., that AbSolves my Concerns.

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