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CA: Is widespread gun ownership worth the price of more violence?
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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The horrific killings in Charleston, S.C., once again raise the question of whether we would be better off with more armed citizens or dramatically fewer. This debate largely has been forgotten by Congress, but the battle rages on in the courts as the National Rifle Association challenges any effort at gun control, including prudent measures such as San Francisco’s safe gun-storage law and California’s efforts to restrict gun-carrying to those who have a particular need and are most likely to be responsible. Resolution to this debate will depend on whether data and concern for public welfare — or mythical visions of gun effectiveness — triumph.

Comment by: jac (7/3/2015)
More anti gun drivel from San Francisco Chronicle. They just don't get that there are evil people in this world and they will hurt people with or without guns. Furthermore, all gun control laws do is restrict the rights of law abiding citizens who are not the problem.

If the government passed the laws that the gun control crowd wants, it will turn 50 million otherwise law abiding citizens into felons because we won't register our guns and we won't turn them in.

Comment by: lostone1413 (7/3/2015)
what would you expect out of the land of Nuts and Fruitcales

Comment by: Millwright66 (7/3/2015)
And today a citizen paid the ultimate price i for SFO being a "sanctuary city" in broad daylight on the waterfront. Seems SFO's hoplophia has lethal consequences for everyone except criminals.

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