John Flanagan: Ninety percent of Tucson voters do not want comprehensive background checks. These polls are skewed and often unreliable. Tucson voters rarely agree on anything except the weather. Today it is sunny. Tomorrow will be sunny as well. Flake merely noted that the bill needs work. We need to know more about it, because the devil is in the details. He is skeptical. Don't forget. Once passed, few laws are rescinded or corrected. Do you want to sign on to a law which may have some fine print only a lawyer can figure out? Try another shot at the law, and make it sensible.
Friday, April 19, 2013, 2:57 pm
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