Skip to comments.BOC removes ‘firearms’ from ordinance list
Posted on 02/07/2013 6:05:31 AM PST by marktwain
An amendment to remove a reference to firearms from Carroll Countys disaster and emergency ordinance was passed by the Board of Commissioners Tuesday without discussion.
The decision to change the ordinance was made to avoid conflicting with Second Amendment issues raised by a Georgia gun rights organization.
The action eliminates the word firearms from a list of items whose sales could be suspended in case of a local disaster declared by the county commission chairman. The wording was questioned in a Jan. 18 letter, hand-delivered to commission Chairman Marty Smith, by James Camp of Temple, representing GeorgiaCarry.org.
Read more: Douglas County Sentinel - BOC removes firearms from ordinance list
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These things have been promoted by the left for nearly a hundred years.
What other items are on the list of unsaleables?
Blue Oyster Cult?
Obama has to go!
Just like when old west towns forbid firearms in the city limits. It was illegal then and it is illegal now to usurp any amendment.
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