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Old 02-14-2014, 11:25 AM
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A lot more narrow than I thought it would be.
I am thinking this would not hold up to judicial scrutiny.
How would these local governments explain that their parks are worthy of special consideration to violate the rights of individuals to carry a firearm for personal protect?
The argument has been attempted vs San Mateo County, with very negative results. Too soon; we need Peruta to be affirmed before that can be tried again, I think.
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