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May 12, 2015


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I don't think Allan really had any other major objections to the bill except for concealed carry permit holders. That was the one piece that sparked controversy with the bill. My interpretation is that Allan supports the permit process and believes that responsibly trained individuals are not the issue. Now I know there is debate over that, but I think Allan stood firm to principles that many on the right including myself believe in.

But the part that shouldn't get lost in the shuffle is that Allan never said he rejected the bill as a whole. The council did not want to play ball (no pun intended) so Allan was left with no choice. Pass a reasonable bill with some imperfections or veto that whole bill. I think he did what a reasonable politician would do.

I think Allan is really stifling Calvin at every corner so far. Allan has now shown he is willing to play ball and be reasonable. Now lets see if the council is willing to do the same on future issues.


be careful. your bias is showing.

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