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    Should cities have the right to ban guns?


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    I voted. "No" is just about winning in there. Getting voting, guys!

    The sad thing is that if they did lose the right to outright ban them, they'd just regulate it to death and make it either too expensive or too painful to get the permits for them. So guns aren't illegal, you just can't get one.

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    Voted no

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    57 to 43 say No at this moment


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    No.

    The question should be: Should cities be empowered to enact legislation that ignores the constitution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by submoa View Post
    No.

    The question should be: Should cities be empowered to enact legislation that ignores the constitution?
    Yeah, this is the media we're talking about here. I'm surprised it doesn't say something like, "Should cities be allowed to outlaw guns to keep our streets safe from the gun toting, wacko, NRA loving conservatives who are blood thirsty and just want to kill everyone?"

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    Voted 'no'

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    EVERYONE GO ON AND VOTE NO!!! I live in a town back home that was the first in the US to ban handguns and it's still active. So basically, law abiding citizens whom own handguns that live in my town (such as myself), have to store them outside of that town (ie: safety deposit boxes). I'm just praying for the DC handgun case to go through so I (we) can work on my town next. I shouldn't have to deal with that anymore when I hopefully move to Arizona, but this still should not be happening. So, I know everyone here is passionate about gun laws, but PLEASE take the 2 seconds to vote on this. Sorry, /rantoff.

    -Jeff-

    Edit: I know the vote may not mean anything to some or maybe even a lot, but it shows that there are people out there that DO believe in their second amendment rights. Okay, I'm done now...

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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

    It's at 56% no's. NOt good.

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    NO!!

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    55-44 no now.
    I voted early and often (well 5 times lol)

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    Over 37,000 votes and not one undecided. People definitely feel one way or the other about this issue (which imo should not even be an issue).

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