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If it is used in the manner in which the article states I would have no problem with it if it protects the officers. The county has had more then one call out for people making bombs in their homes in recent years. I have more of a problem with the U.S. Gov't spending 733,000 dollars for something just to give it away at the cost of shipping. If there is some sort of Gov't Quid Pro Quo attached to the agreement then I would have a problem.
It doesn't have weapons.
I find it kind of hard to believe that the Governor approved the former sheriff having the flag flown at half staff for three days when a sitting congressman rates two days.
Apparently U.S. Flag Code has been revised to allow The President, The Mayor of Washington D.C., The Governor of a State and Walla Walla County Commissioners to order the flag to half staff.
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4th degree assault? Well at least he won't be able to plead it down.
You have to vote for it to see what's in it!
Paco are you sure it was Animal Control Officer and not Fish and Wildlife?
I checked with my leaders and Benghazi is still under investigation. It was updated in The Library of Congress on Friday.
The city/county can absolutely outlaw marijuana. The state can't force an illegal law on the county. Marijuana is still illegal under federal law, which supersedes state law. I agree with jimbek though. I plan on voting every member out of the City Council. County Commissioners all the way to the White House. My vote is to fire every one of them. That's Term Limits!
Communism and Socialism only look good on paper. In practice both fail. Always have and always will. Progressives are just getting on the same dead horse and expecting a ride.
Finally! A medical diagnosis of the mental problems plagueing the Progressive Liberal Left. Right down to how long the drug stays in their system.
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