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L.A. Mayor Announces "Anti-Gang," Anti-Gun Measures

May 30, 2008  | 

The proposed ordinances include banning .50-caliber, military-style ammunition; licensing ammunition vendors; requiring gun-store owners to make regular gun inventories and report to local law enforcement; and outlawing installation of secret gun compartments in vehicles.

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ROB ROY @ 6/1/2008 12:58 PM

Mayor villariagosa is a complete idiot. What gan banger carry's a .50 cal. anywhere. Also the only way one of these turd's get's a gun from a gun dealer is to steal it. I'am a gun dealer and all of us alway's keep a detailed and up to date inventory of our merchandise. And last the supreme court already ruled that cities cannot pass laws that contradict state law. How do these moran's keep being elected to public office. The only thing gun control doe's is disarm law abiding citizens!!!!!

wolfva @ 6/1/2008 9:58 PM

Oh, these are such great and excellent ideas! Because, you know, gang members are SOOO law abiding they'll surely abide by the new laws...and lords know gang members ALWAYS use their OWN cars to commit crimes! They want to get rid of the gangs? Howabout untying the cops' hands and letting them do their job without fear of termination and frivoulous lawsuits? Nah, that'd NEVER work.

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