3-2-14 – Second Amendment Rights Battle Rages in Burlington


Please read these proposed ordinances. You can’t judge these books by their cover. You have to read the fine print. Notice that each one contains a “confiscation” clause. Also remember that the Burlington city council has promised to make firearms as socially unacceptable as has been done with smoking.

Police Confiscation Seizure in Domestic Incident

Storage of Firearms

Ban on Firearms in Establishments with a Liquor License

And listen to the radio ad campaign put out by  the Second Amendment Rights coalition, Vermont 2A. Self defense is common sense!

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