Old April 14th, 2021, 10:40 PM #171
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Chipping away, in legislation is exactly how we lost our rights over 40+ years here in Maryland. Now everyone wants them all back in one motion....and they want someone else to do the work (not referring to you). The bottom line is, the work needs to be put in at every level and the insignificant bills need to be fought for like hell for pro-2A item, and fought against like hell for those that infringe further. It isn't glamorous, it doesn't make headway in any significant manner, but it works. It was proven back in 2014 and 2015, and everyone bitched about them. Chipping away at the laws is how we get them back in the legislature, while we wait for cases to work their way through the courts. And unless a bill nullifies a case (i.e. NY) then minor changes in a law that benefit us, while cases work their way through the courts have no real baring on the case since the initial court cas is what sets the arguments.
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Hasnít happened yet. I havenít seen any cases thrown out because it got weakened a tiny bit through the legislative process.
Good points guys, totally agree. Just speculating. We really shouldn't depend on the courts anyway.
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Old April 15th, 2021, 08:02 AM #172
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Good points guys, totally agree. Just speculating. We really shouldn't depend on the courts anyway.
Exactly. That's why I'll take even tiny wins. It would have been nice if the W&C bill that allows training AFTER approval would have been really nice. Not shocked the house didn't move it. I am kind of surprised it passed the senate and by as much as it did.
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Old April 15th, 2021, 05:08 PM #173
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Good points guys, totally agree. Just speculating. We really shouldn't depend on the courts anyway.
No worries, continue doing what you are doing, keep bringing up issues and learning.
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