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    Postak Bill allows semi-automatics with limited rounds in D.C.

    D.C. Council member Phil Mendelson says he will propose regulations Tuesday that would legalize semi-automatic handguns in the District because the stopgap legislation the council passed in response to a Supreme Court ruling "would not stand up to judicial scrutiny."

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    well no doubt it would not stand up to scrutiny! Lets see how things go in Nov, Think Palin would allow this if she has to live there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptannjr View Post
    well no doubt it would not stand up to scrutiny! Lets see how things go in Nov, Think Palin would allow this if she has to live there?

    She would not have enough power ; read that none; to do anything about the laws in DC. The laws in DC can only be countermanded by the US Congress.
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    If you think DC is bad now look at when the ruling gos through?

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