Utah, Wyo. seek to intervene in Mont. gun lawsuit

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  1. Joe Link

    Joe Link
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    Original article here: http://www.newsvine.com/_news/2010/04/07/4128127-utah-wyo-seek-to-intervene-in-mont-gun-lawsuit

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  2. Gunner3456

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    The states' right thing is really starting to take hold. I just hope the supreme court upholds the constitution.

    If these guys win, and if the 17 states (so far) prevail on the same issue for health care (interstate commerce/states' rights/10th amendment) there will be more to follow.

    The Feds have far overreached their constitutional authority for decades.
     
  3. terrylf72

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    The last time there was a "BIG STINK" about states rights, there were 13 states involved and we all know what happened there. Civil War 1861
     
  4. Cougfan2

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    Your point being?
     
  5. fingolfen

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    ... yeah, but there were a LOT more issues on the table apart from States' Rights... Compared to 1861, this is effectively a minor point of order.
     
  6. mudnducs

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    Yes.

    The stink has been smelling up the joint for a looooong time. Time to push the progressive agenda out into the open and confront it.

    Let's leave a better America for our kids...an America devoted to the idea of the supremacy of the individual, the rule of law, and a man's right to private property.
     
  7. Phillyfan

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    So, if Oregon followed suit, what manufacturers could we buy from without federal interaction? Kimber of Oregon?
     

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