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Old January 12, 2013, 04:59 PM   #5
sigcurious
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They have pretty much that exact law in California, ask them how well it works.

Battler hits the most practical aspect, it's a significant barrier to entry, particularly if you require a safety device that will actually hinder a criminal. Why should the person who lives in a studio apartment that can't afford a safe, monetarily or space wise, (Not to mention possibly unable to bolt a safe down) be denied their rights?
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