The one over at the BOR's office.
I don't think it was the one who talked about how those who follow the rules ought not be defenseless against those who don't follow the rules. THAT Governor wasn't about increasing penalties for the law abiding.Rugerer said:Which governor? The one who said "to use those kind of arguments with the campus carry discussion, I think lacks validity" or the other one.
I think it would be better to vet her now, so she needs to hear from you guys/gals in 108Patty Gabilondo, Republican: "I do support the Second Amendment. That being said, I can see where it would be controversial for my constituents, especially with children in college who aren't trained. I would probably put that out to my constituents (to decide)."
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