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CA: San Mateo County Supervisor Calls for Ban on Cow Palace Gun Shows as Gun Show Gets Underway
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa today called for a ban on gun shows at the Cow Palace in Daly City as a two-day gun show got underway at the venue. Crossroads of the West, a Utah-based company, is holding a gun show at the Cow Palace Saturday and Sunday. The show is taking place just four days after county supervisors voted unanimously in support of proposed state legislation that would ban gun shows at the Cow Palace. "The state should not profit from the sales of guns," Canepa said in a statement. "For 15 years this board has urged the state to ban gun shows at the Cow Palace to no avail."
 

Comment by: lucky5eddie (6/12/2018)
"The state should not profit from the sales of guns,"

OK then, will they stop collecting sales tax on the "sales of guns"?
 

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