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A Storm Is Brewing

Law abider

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I read that our newly elected attorney general Kaul wants to propose a new law, the Red Flag Law and the Educator in chief is in agreement. The AG is supposed to enforce laws of the state and show discretion in enforcement, not propose new laws! He should have run for the legislature! I created a ruckus for my rep Petryk to the point where he had to call me. He is opposed to red flag laws and according to him, the legislature is combining forces with the NRA to push back. He also told me that they will take any attempts to bypass the legislature to the courts and are gearing up to get legal councils. I hope all this will pan out.
The two newbie stooges had an agenda from the beginning: bypass due process!! Are we planning any protest, show of force in Madison to protest these dumbartons? Petryk told me, let's hope we don't come to that. I hope not! Please contact your reps and senators. I have already e mailed the majority leaders of both houses also last week. We are doing fine and these goons want to handcuff us for what??
 

protias

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I just hope this isn't the same NRA who was "disappointed" with the bump stock ban and sat on their laurrels while pro-gun groups picked up the torch and sued.

Contacted my senator and assemblyman.
 

Law abider

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I just hope this isn't the same NRA who was "disappointed" with the bump stock ban and sat on their laurrels while pro-gun groups picked up the torch and sued.

Contacted my senator and assemblyman.
Yes protias. Unfortunately the NRA has softened up a bit. I wonder if it had anything to do with loosing financial backers or sponsors.
 
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