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Florida: Leon County wants dealers to help implement gun control

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Leon County Commission is trying to pressure gun dealers into helping to implement a proposed gun control ordinance.
Recently, commissioners were telling us there wasn't any action going on with regard to a proposed "gun show loophole" ordinance. In fact, some even claimed "there is no proposed ordinance at all." Some even suggested they simply wanted to receive our comments for discussion at the January commission meeting.
Turns out, that isn't the full story. What they're really up to is trying to pressure gun dealers into implementing the gun control ordinance for them.

Read the article: The Tallahassee Democrat

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