Skip to comments.Law conceals criminal information on concealed carry license applicants (barf alert)
Posted on 03/10/2013 6:44:48 AM PDT by rellimpank
More than 4,000 applicants were denied a Wisconsin concealed carry license and more than 400 had their licenses revoked or suspended in the programs first 14 months, records show. These included dozens of felons, domestic abusers, illegal drug users and fugitives from justice.
Who were these lawbreakers?
The states lips are sealed.
The Department of Justice is not able to provide the records that you have requested because they are not accessible under law, wrote Assistant Attorney General Kevin Potter, in response to a request for the applications from felons, fugitives and others who were denied licenses.
The DOJ does produce annual reports listing the number of applications, denials and other information. The reports from the last two months of 2011 and all of calendar year 2012 show that of the 167,000 applications received, 4,062 were denied
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You may want to review this prior to your next medical appointment.
She said, Before we start, I have to ask you a few questions.
She said, Do you have any guns in the house?...
The only issue I see with that particular restraint in the affordable care act is that it appears to be limited to Wellness. This is not the same as treatment.
I'm not an expert, it's just what it looks like to me from a first read.
Those newly on Medicare will learn that they will be summoned into their healthcare clinic once a year to undergo a ‘Wellness Exam’.
However they will learn that it is NOT a physical exam but is actually a very intrusive questioning by an office nurse of how you are “feeeeeling” about yourself and your home life.
Berwicks Orwellian Wellness Visit
By Robert M. Goldberg on 1.3.11 @ 6:07AM
Underlying it all is an insistence that old people not live as well as they have been.
As reported in this publication, Democrats have been quick to defend Donald Berwicks dead of night inclusion of advanced directive and end of life planning into what is called the Annual Wellness Visit (what most of us call a checkup). They claim its purely voluntary and that Medicare already covers advanced directive discussions.
But the inclusion of the advanced directive and end of life planning is not voluntary, only the patients discussion is. Doctors are required to bring it up year after year. Whats more, noting that Medicare added the discussion of advance directives to the initial physical exam begs the question: why every year?
Less than 1/2% of those applicants were ultimately rejected.
And he’s upset because he can’t get access to those with criminal backgrounds?
What does THAT have to do with anything?
Maybe those that are calling for a Universal Background Check and database, should have their own backgrounds checked, first.
Wonder what we would find out about them?