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Law could point to the future

A lot of us are tired of seeing our legislators make law after law, just to ride the current wave of popular issues, when we already have plenty of legitimate laws on the books, which are not being enforced.
A case in point — drive-by shootings.
There was an effort several years ago to address that “craze” in crime and many of us had to ask: Just when did it become legal to discharge a firearm in the city limits, to cause criminal damage to property, to commit aggravated assault, and to attempt murder? It would seem there were plenty of ...

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