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Gun Buyers ClubCommentary: Attention Randy Lynch: Your March 8 column (Las Cruces Sun News) raises every hackle I have. You criticize, actually you insult the Las Cruces City Councilors, for bringing and voting on resolutions on which they are wasting time and which show they don't understand what their job is. According to you, “Our City Council ignores the concept of representing the will of the people who put them in office...” I wonder.

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You complain that in

636558748467724036--A6A5316.JPGSenate President Joe Negron, R-Palm City, looks out over the Senate floor Monday. (Photo: Hali Tauxe/Democrat)STUART — Senate President Joe Negron showed skepticism Tuesday toward a lawsuit the National Rifle Association filed over legislation drafted after the mass shooting at a Broward County high school[1], but the Stuart Republican did not criticize the gun-rights group.The NRA opposes the legislation because it prohibits people younger than 21 from purchasing rifles and shotguns. The bill...

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Today, the Assembly Water Parks and Wildlife Committee heard and passed AB 2151 and the Assembly Public Safety Committee heard and passed both AB 1927 and AB 2103. The bills will next move to the Assembly Appropriations Committee. 
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I plan to attend The Boulder County Republican Assembly on March 24. The purpose of my attending will be to hopefully influence the criteria by which the precinct delegates and alternates will select candidates for open offices.

One criteria which I will offer for consideration is that selected candidates will not accept the endorsement of the NRA nor accept campaign funds from them.

I believe that the decision by the Colorado Republican Party(state party chairman Jeff...

Gun Buyers ClubLast October Americans witnessed too vividly the dangers of “bump stocks,” relatively cheap devices used to turn semi-automatic rifles into weapons nearly as automatic — and deadly — as machine guns. The devices, which helped a gunman murder 58 concert-goers in Las Vegas with startling efficiency in a matter of minutes, are an easy target for gun reform.

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Perhaps the Las Vegas atrocity would usher in a saner discussion of gun reforms. Perhaps the obvious dangers semi-automatic

The survey, done by Gallup, found that by a margin of 56 percent to 41 percent, “Americans are more likely to say the government should change laws related to ‘school security and mental health system’ rather than the ‘laws on the sales of guns and ammunition’ as the best way to prevent future school shootings.”
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