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Old March 8, 2010, 01:54 PM   #46
Tennessee Gentleman
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Originally Posted by Jim March
do you have ANY idea how much strong evidence of bias in discretionary permit issuance exists?
As I said in my first post there exists a moral hazard with may issue but that with some objective standards it might pass court muster.

As to the statistics:
Originally Posted by Justice Scalia
We don't -- we don't resolve questions like that on the basis of statistics, do we?
Originally Posted by Jim March
This fully discretionary crap has to go.
And I think if you read what I have posted then you would see I have no issue with fully discretionary laws going away. However, partial descretion might be allowed if there are some objective parts to it like written explanations of refusals and an appeal process.
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