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  • Raineman

    On the 3rd box
    Dec 27, 2008
    2,960
    Eldersburg
    I know you like to be positive, and I appreciate that, however in this case, the Senate always kills it. It is an annual tradition for them. Not unlike some annual traditions in MD.

    I'm long past trying to be positive about certain things like this, I'm stuck in reality.
     

    krucam

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    Updated with GA…
     

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    press1280

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    Jun 11, 2010
    6,527
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    LA has advanced a bill through their House. If you recall last year it got to the Governor's desk with a veto proof majority and 3 Rhino wobblers changed their vote in the veto session and killed it. AFAIK all the same individuals are still in place so I'm not optimistic this gets through the Senate unless the wobblers got blasted by their constituents last time and see the light.
    Also, LA doesn't have state elections until 2023 so the Rhinos are not under the gun until next year.
     
    Oct 29, 2021
    414
    Dallas, texas
    LA has advanced a bill through their House. If you recall last year it got to the Governor's desk with a veto proof majority and 3 Rhino wobblers changed their vote in the veto session and killed it. AFAIK all the same individuals are still in place so I'm not optimistic this gets through the Senate unless the wobblers got blasted by their constituents last time and see the light.
    Also, LA doesn't have state elections until 2023 so the Rhinos are not under the gun until next year.
    However the current democrat governor is ineligible to run for office in 2023. So that leaves the seat open for a possible Republican.

    The senators will be up for re-election as well.

    I don’t see CC carry passing this year or next until the rhinos are replaced and they get a Republican governor.

    However PA, has their Gov elections Nov 2022. Their current democrat Gov is also Ineligible To run for re-election. And the leader in the Gov polls is a republican. So good chances cc will pass in 2023. The current Gov vetoed CC last year.
     

    DC-W

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    Patriot Picket
    Jan 23, 2013
    24,602
    Baltimore City
    Ohio’s FOP complaining hard about permitless carry and armed school staff.

     

    RoadDawg

    Nos nostraque Deo
    Dec 6, 2010
    85,225
    Ohio’s FOP complaining hard about permitless carry and armed school staff.


    That FOP is controlled by the politicians within the state LE Community. It does not reflect the opinions and practices of every LEO in that state, nor the entirety of the LE Community Nation wide. Rather, as with any individual FOP Lodge, it is the Lodge Board which chooses the policies they wish to promote.

    In fact, nationally, the general LE Community has changed greatly over the years since the days of the AWB.

    But one of the most significant factors preventing gun control on the federal level might be that American police themselves are broadly opposed to restrictions on guns, and they remain one of the only institutions in American life whose influence on conservative voters is significant enough to make any federal gun regulations feasible. Americans trust police, often to a fault, so when they say that new restrictions are unnecessary or won’t work, millions of people believe them. American police, like other institutions, have been affected by the partisan polarization of recent decades, resulting in an already conservative demographic identifying even more strongly with the Republican Party and its opposition to gun control laws. That means their advocacy organizations are less likely to sign onto anything associated with the Democratic Party on the national level.
     

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