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Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Aurora Considers Change on Assault Weapons Rules After Shooting First, Asking Questions Later

The City of Aurora is considering changing its ordinances against assault weapons.

The previous rules drafted by so-called corporation counsel Alayne Weingartz had made it unlawful and criminally liable for private investigators and security guards to carry assault weapons, even though they are permitted by the state.

On Tuesday, the city's Government Operations Committee approved new rules to be considered by the full City Council that would not penalize licensed private investigators and security guards.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This story stolen from the Beacon.

Anonymous said...

Huh? Just what we need. More guns out there.

Anonymous said...

The ban worked so well anyway. Look how safe Aurora is.

Anonymous said...

The shootings that occur in Aurora on a regular basis are not being committed with registered weapons.

Anonymous said...

No kidding.

You sound like Leroy.

Anonymous said...

Openline:

Why nothing about the union workers at the Council meeting last night. Daily Herald had an article. Really, keep protecting "Little Tommy" and he'll screw you like he has everyone else.
This was at one time once of best blogs around but it has really gone down hill.

Anonymous said...

This blog sucks. Stories are lame or reruns from the Beacon or Herald and most the bloggers are
whiners and haters with low class and low IQ's to match. Goodbye to all you morons. Stay there in your crummy little town of Aurora where tattoo parlors and taco stands reign.