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Posted: 6/30/2021 12:53:29 PM EST
[Last Edit: Russ4777]
Last night the city council preliminarily approved a "Gun Harm" initiative that has nine components that negatively impact gun owners in the city. The rationale behind these items is vague and ill conceived. The council caved-in to this political move by the mayor to implement "feel good" laws to enhance his position and visibility. The discussion lasted 1 hour on the 16th and 2 hours last night. While a couple of council persons did ask a few good challenging questions, final vote to accept this initiative was unanimous.
You can go here to see the details of this proposal. www.sanjoseca.gov/Home/Components/News/News/2943/4699
If you live in San Jose, I challenge you you communicate with your council person and the mayor to express any concerns you might have. It's not law yet, so there is still time to oppose this initiative.
It even says on their web page
Of course, criminals won’t obey these mandates.
Born and raised in south San Jose 1970s-90s, lived off of St Teresa next to the foothills, father work for IBM at the super plant.
Got out in 1993, it saddens me to see such a great town turn to S#%& in two decades.
Heard you have to do background checks for Ammo now in the Peoples state of Cali. Clown World.
Stay safe and keep your powder dry.
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