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Discussion in 'National Laws, Bills and Politics' started by Malum Prohibitum, Jun 8, 2007.
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The Anti-gun Joyce foundation also has funded Bloombergs group.
Whenever I start to think the laws here are bad, I just think back to the first 28 years of my life that I spent in the People's Republic of Maryland.
Thank God I don't have to see her on TV anymore.
Let me get this straight, the Tiahrt amendment, that doesn't allow the ATF/FBI give out trace data for civil lawsuits, somehow stops law enforcement from "issuing warrants and prosecuting gun-related crimes."
Bloomberg called the Fraternal Order of Police a "fringe group" because they think the Tiahrt amendment should stay. The FOP says almost the opposite, that if it is removed that grandstanding civil lawsuits will destroy criminal investigations.
Tiahrt is only about stopping info from being used in civil lawsuits against FFLs and manufacturers, period. Saying otherwise is a blatant lie.
You got it right. I don't see what civil suits have to do with LE in any way. Maybe it's just me.
Oh Man! You guys are ruining my day here!
Please don't tell me Sarah is fibbing. Please don't do that... she's my idol. I look up to her and youse guys are telling me she isn't always truthful?
Get outta here wit dat!!!
WHY WOULD CONGRESS PROTECT CRIMINALS INSTEAD OF POLICE?
Tell Congress to Repeal the Restrictions on Crime Gun Trace Data
What They're Saying about Tiahrt
Here's a jaw dropper we thought you would want to know about and help change: tucked away in a federal funding bill since 2003 is a provision that makes it harder for cops to catch criminals.
The provision actually hides gun trace data from law enforcement and the public.
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This legislation could be under consideration in the U.S. House Appropriations Committee any day now. We have a new Congress and a new opportunity to get rid of this so-called "Tiahrt Provision" â€” named after the NRA's water boy, Rep. Todd Tiahrt (R-KS) â€” that suppresses the truth about crime guns and hurts law enforcement efforts to fight gun trafficking and corrupt gun dealers.
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Maybe it's just me, but it seems she's asking for money every time she sends out one of these. You'd think she gets enough money from all the fiction awards she's surely won with these little bulletins....
+1, but only 25.75 years for me. I could never had hoped to CC like I did today, or OC like yesterday if our restrictions were as backward as MD's are.