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MO: Missouri Governor’s Veto of ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law No Match for Pro-NRA Legislature
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of an omnibus gun bill never had a chance, even though the legislation was highly controversial and opposed by state law enforcement officials.

On Wednesday, the state legislature convened to decide the fate of the bill, which included two measures. One sought to allow lawful gun owners to carry concealed weapons in public without a permit, so that applicants would no longer have to undergo firearms safety training and receive approval from law enforcement. The other provision would enact a “stand your ground” self-defense law — legislation that is closely associated with the 2012 death of Trayvon Martin.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (9/16/2016)
Here, let me fix that for you:

"Missouri Governor’s Veto of ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law No Match for Pro-Liberty Legislature"
 

Comment by: laker1 (9/16/2016)
So Nixon would infringe on the RKBA. Thus he violates his oath of office and probably does it hourly in other ways as well.
 

Comment by: mickey (9/16/2016)
Legislation that is "closely associated with the righteous death of Trayvon Martin", even though the legislation had absolutely nothing to do with the reason why Zimmerman was legally right to shoot Martin, and even though the legislation had nothing to do with Zimmerman being found not guilty.
 

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