The proposed city ordinance, which is expected to win full City Council approval Friday, includes many limitations and requirements, including the exclusion of garages, porches and outside stairs from the definition of a home. The restrictions could trigger a legal challenge from at least some of the pro gun forces that put the gun ban on its death bed. "There are numerous problems," said Alexa Fritts, a spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association. "It is extremely restrictive and completely against the intent of the Supreme Court ruling. "It is ludicrous for someone to fear prosecution for fending off an attacker in their garage," she added.
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