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Task Force Meets Today in Florida

Governor Scott’s task force is meeting today. We shall soon see how much trouble this task force intends to cause us. NRA has an alert here.

UPDATE: Looks like one of the legislative opponents of SYG has already released recommendations¬†from his task force. You can view the full report here. What’s interesting is that even staunch opponents of SYG are too fearful of public opinion to put a duty to retreat back in the bill. They mostly recommend chipping away at the bill around the periphery, suggesting legal changes the general public is unlikely to understand.

3 Responses to “Task Force Meets Today in Florida”

  1. Miguel says:

    Poll after poll here in Florida has made it clear that they do not want to go back to the bad old days. They have to be frustrated as hell after the constant onslaught of bad press.

    The final report is also interesting. I guess there was enough and important dissension that needed to be in it and it makes great points too. I think it makes them look worst than expected since the main complaint continues to be that it makes prosecution work, they don’t know how to apply the law (If they are stupid, the citizen should not be the one that pays for it) and gives the accused the benefit of presumption of innocence.

    They are gonna have an incredible tough time trying to even scale back STG.

  2. Patrick H says:

    That’s a pretty weak list of changes from the main opponent. Let’s hope it stays that way.

  3. Ronnie says:

    I still think the only reason this task force in Florida was even convened was to appease the agitators and the for-profit race hustlers. Reverend Al “resist we much” not-so-sharp-ton has fomented riots in the past, and has gotten away with it, for not getting what his side had demanded. The leadership of Florida knows this, so they formed their little task force on the SYG law. It was the same exact deal when that woman who looks like Miss Piggy from the Muppets trumped up a second degree murder indictment against George Zimmerman for daring to defend himself from being put into a coma by the would-be son of Obama and “patron saint” of walking almost two miles in the rain at night for Skittles and Arizona Iced Tea.

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