Monday, January 21, 2013

Greene County Proclamation
A Greene County man will go before the local commisson asking for support on a proclamation that would prevent law enforement to hold anyone who tries to disarm citizens in contempt. While at least one Commissioner has reported to the media he would support the proclamation, he thinks it is somethinng legislators will have to take up on its agenda. One lawmaker says he is a strcit advocate of what he translates the second amendment to be...this is state representative Tony Shipley. Q: audio green county proclamation Shipley says the agenda could see a lot of gun related issues on the agenda like guns in trunks, the gun show background checks and waiting periods, and these types of proclamations. (CC)

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