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Old November 11, 2012, 12:18 AM   #27
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Don't think that will be a problem. We're talking about the same people that made the 1911 pistol the official state firearm for its 100th birthday.
Just because it's not a problem now doesn't mean it won't be a problem later.

The UT amendment basically says "Possession and use of arms is lawful except when the Legislature says it's not". IOW the UT legislature has very broad authority to determine what is and isn't lawful.
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