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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    Section 5 does have that exception.

    Despite talk of an exception for hunting that was reportedly at the meeting (that I was unable to attend), I don't see that listed either.

    I guess I missed that exception, but to me, part of being able to defend myself and my family includes being able to target practice and sight in a gun. I would contact everyone you can that is affiliated with both political parties, but the Republicans for sure since you have two Republican Commissioners, to make sure they understand how passing this could impact the party at the next election. I would also contact your state reps for the area and get them to put pressure on the commissioners as well. Political pressure could be key to getting this stopped.
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    That was dated __________April 2017.........It was intended to go through.I was at that meeting.That Gonder(R) was a back stabber.He said he was a NRA member.He just hung himself.Mrozinski(R)may have played us too.Kora(D) was a xxxxing given.
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    How big of a nuisance are pellet guns really? And who is leaving buckshot on people's roofs? Whoever isn't controlling shots or is shooting toward a building is who should be taken care of.

    there's also only a 'self-defense' exception in the draft. That lawyer was back peddling the whole time if he wasn't he wouldn't have been so defensive when asked about his BS

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    Perhaps one of our laporte residents may consider running for one of these positions.
    All 3 of the current coms sound like liars.

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    I actually saw a youtube last night about some guys taking the .22 blanks you use in a nail gun, and some (I guess) .22 pellets you'd use in an air rifle, and firing them from a standard .22 rifle, despite the clear statement that neither is intended for use in that weapon. The pellets were far more effective than a standard .22LR round, including CCI brand.

    That said, it's the first time I've seen them so used, and despite the cost savings, the rate of fire was very slow, given that they did it almost as if it was a muzzle loader, except that the powder charge went in last, from the breech.

    Do note that I'm not recommending anyone do this, but it caught my eye and you just reminded me of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floivanus View Post
    How big of a nuisance are pellet guns really? And who is leaving buckshot on people's roofs? Whoever isn't controlling shots or is shooting toward a building is who should be taken care of.

    there's also only a 'self-defense' exception in the draft. That lawyer was back peddling the whole time if he wasn't he wouldn't have been so defensive when asked about his BS
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    Way to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1DOWN4UP View Post
    That was dated __________April 2017.........It was intended to go through.I was at that meeting.That Gonder(R) was a back stabber.He said he was a NRA member.He just hung himself.Mrozinski(R)may have played us too.Kora(D) was a xxxxing given.
    I'm not trying to defend them, but I think drafts are typically dated for the first meeting they will be discussed in and the dates are later changed to when they are actually approved.

    This ordinance cannot be passed legally without a public hearing and proper notice. They also have to post their agenda on the doors of the building where they meet in advance...I believe it is 72 hours prior to their meetings. There is no legal requirement to have them available online but they MUST be clearly posted on at least the main entrance to that building. Legal notice must be published in the local paper a minimum of ten days prior to the meeting.
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    Just coming back to this:
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    The county attorney may NOT assert attorney client privelege if his client is an elected official, acting in his official capacity.
    Is this correct, counsellors?
    No. It is absolutely incorrect. Like, 180 degrees out of phase. (But not as bad as 360 degrees.)

    The county attorney's discussions/opinions/advice to the public officials that contact him are privileged. The "client" is the body and constituent members of the entity. The client is not the public or the constituents of the entity.

    The elected officials can waive the privilege and explain what the attorney said, or release any written opinions. But, the privilege does attach to the communications.
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    As a Laporte county resident I would run for a commission spot.

    Also of note the ordinance did call out air guns specifically NOT pellet guns, thinking about that it could be construed as anything that uses an air charge to expell a projectile IE airsoft guns or paintball markers. I can see the intent, but it is typical government overstepping

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    Check out the article in the herald-argus

    By MATT CHRISTY Staff Writer ***Phone Number Hidden*** ***Email Address Hidden*** (See Rules for more info) | Posted 20 hours ago

    La PORTE La Porte County Commissioner Dr. Vidya Kora clarified the withdrawn firearm ordinance is a dead issue which will not come back up unless requested by La Porte County Sheriff John Boyd.


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