Missouri lawmaker wants to repeal the castle doctrine.

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  • Younggun

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    Lol, sounds like the "security threat" is pretty overblown. The horrible posts aren't even threats.


    Lots of bills are offered with no chance of passing for the sole purpose of saying "I tried to do this".
     

    AcidFlashGordon

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    ...harsh letters, emails and tweets because of a bill he introduced in the Legislature.


    As in calling him, basically, an idiot, especially seeing as how Missouri's Castle Doctrine only applies to the home unlike others that apply to wherever the person has a legal right to be....home, work, car, store, etc.



    Lots of bills are offered with no chance of passing for the sole purpose of saying "I tried to do this".

    True. The representative can go to his constituents and say "Look. I put this out there and it was voted down by others. It's not my fault it failed."
     
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