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Guest Opinion: In response to tragedy, more must be done to curb gun violence

Original post made on Feb 7, 2023

While California is ranked first in the nation when it comes to gun safety, that means absolutely nothing to the families of the seven dead farmworkers because it certainly wasn't safe for them, state Senator Josh Becker argues.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Saturday, February 4, 2023, 8:24 AM

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Posted by Frank Sterle Jr.
a resident of another community
on Feb 7, 2023 at 6:22 pm

Frank Sterle Jr. is a registered user.

Regardless of such mass slaughters via body-part-destroying rifles, etcetera, hard-right-wing radio-talk-show host Lars Larson defends the gun industry.

Perhaps worse, he (or his superiors, if he has any) even continues broadcasting ads in his voice — thus likely making him even more money — selling, besides guns and ammunition themselves, the services of a business that assists people in accessing gun ownership that has been denied them by government regulations.

... And this from a public personality who has the morally-challenged audacity to openly call himself Christian!

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