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California’s gun laws too strict

It’s too bad that we have a two-faced governor. He says one thing when he is running for office and when he is elected, he stabs you in the back. He shamelessly panders to his liberal constituents’ fund raising by supporting gun laws that even the police oppose.

Before he was elected, he talked out of the other side of his mouth. Why doesn’t he enforce the gun laws in place?



California has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation. After Sept. 11, gun sales doubled overnight. Every law-abiding citizen should be able to protect himself or herself in their own home. A judge in Ohio ruled that every law-abiding citizen of the state has the right to protect himself or herself with a concealed firearm. The ruling comes as the Ohio House of Representatives prepares to vote on HB 273, an NRA supported bill that would allow law-abiding citizens to carry firearms for self defense if they meet certain requirements. I am still planning on having a gun show on Father’s Day 2003. Any vender who is interested in a table for displaying wares can contact me at 273-4706. This will be a sport show and will include fishing equipment, boats, outboard motors, etc., if I can find any vendors willing to participate.

Rudy Kutchar




Grass Valley


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