How's this for Gun Control?

In response to fears that the right of U.S. citizens to own firearms was under attack, the small town of Virgin, Utah, about 15 miles west of the main entrance to Zion National Park, passed a law that required -- yes, required -- that there be a gun and ammunition in every home. The ordinance, approved in late 2000, exempted residents who could not afford to buy a gun or had moral objections, as well as those who were mentally ill or convicted felons. The town's mayor said there was a lot of support from the town's residents, most of whom already owned guns. The courts eventually struck down the law, but at least we know how the folks in Virgin feel about gun control.

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