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Old September 20, 2012, 09:54 PM   #13
vranasaurus
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In order to believe that such a prohibition on firearms enhances public safety you have to believe that someone intent on committing a violent act would not do so because of the prohibition.

The government must prove that the regulation in question furthers a governmental interest. If public safety is the interest they are using then they must prove that it is furthered.

If a place is so sensitive that the government may ban all firearms shouldn't that place be protected by some type of security force?

I've never seen a guard at my local post office.
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