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    Red Flag Laws

    Good read on Red Flag Laws written by a doctor. We are entering ver scary territory. I really like the closing paragraphs about focusing on the person, not the gun.


    https://drgo.us/red-flags-for-erpos-...YKvO97N3-utvPE

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    I think he's right about leaving the guns where they are & separating the suspect from them until the case is settled. I also agree with a stiff penalty for the person that files a complaint that turns out to be frivolous. 'Course, we hear so much about frivolous lawsuits, a person wonders about who gets to decide what is frivolous. Our judges don't seem to be capable of that.
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      #3
      That is a well thought out argument. Someone will need to challenge Red Flag laws. I have always thought of Red Flag laws as a liberal's wet dream come true. I did not realize there were 15 States with them though. I thought the number to be at least half that. I wonder if those are all Blue States. Hmmmm.

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        #4
        Which states have implemented red flag laws?

        • California
        • Colorado
        • Connecticut
        • Delaware
        • District of Columbia
        • Florida
        • Hawaii (effective Jan. 1, 2020)
        • Illinois
        • Indiana
        • Maryland
        • Massachusetts
        • Nevada (effective Jan. 1, 2020)
        • New Jersey
        • New York
        • Oregon
        • Rhode Island
        • Vermont
        • Washington

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          #5
          Most of them are blue. Texas dodged the bullet this session. The guy that wrote the bill realized it wouldn't make it, so pulled it. Will be 2021 session before it can be brought up again.
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            #6
            Originally posted by mitchr View Post
            Most of them are blue. Texas dodged the bullet this session. The guy that wrote the bill realized it wouldn't make it, so pulled it. Will be 2021 session before it can be brought up again.
            Governor Abbott signed some EOs that point in the direction of red flag laws. That didn't make me happy.
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              #7
              Tennessee shied away from red flag laws. There's too many bulls around.
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