Florida: Jacksonville Mayoral candidates want city out of MAIG
Jacksonville mayoral candidates Mike Hogan and Alvin Brown are expected to agree on little leading up to next month's election, but both oppose the city's continued role in a national program Mayor John Peyton joined seeking a way to curb gun violence.
Hogan said he believes the Mayors Against Illegal Guns program is an attempt to rob people of their Second Amendment right to bear firearms rather than being anti-crime. His website calls it a "deceptively named national organization that often puts gun control over crime prevention" — a position reinforced by the National Rifle Association, which supports Hogan.
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