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The governor there raises an alarm over the AGs unilateral decision to ban guns, without having authority to do so:

Gov. Charlie Baker and his public safety secretary, Daniel Bennett, each sent letters to Healey’s office today, formally calling on her to clarify details of the notice she announced last week during a press conference, where she was surrounded by law enforcement officials.

Baker, a Republican, had issued a statement to the media last week asking for as much, but has now taken the formal step in requesting more information from Healey as she and other Democrats huddle in Philadelphia this week for the Democratic National Convention.

“There is a great deal of uncertainty as to which weapons you consider to be assault weapons,” Bennett wrote in his two-page letter, dated today. “This uncertainty could easily lead to uneven application of the law across the Commonwealth, and it would be in the best interest of all involved to have additional clarity.”

Last Wednesday, Healey issued a notice to all gun sellers and manufacturers in Massachusetts banning guns which appear like the Colt AR-15 and the Kalashnikov AK-47, but have been altered by manufacturers to conform to Massachusetts ban on adjustable stocks, high-capacity magazines and other features.

7 Responses to “In MA”

  1. Lyle Says:

    So rather than shut the whole process down, fire the AG, send in the National Guard and have her arrested, he “asks for clarification”. This is how freedom dies.

  2. Lyle Says:

    A mugger points a gun at you, demanding your money and your daughter, and you “ask him for clarification”. That makes you a typical Republican.

  3. The Neon Madman Says:

    I’miss feeling old. I can remember when laws were only valid when made by the legislature. I forget when the AG was given the power to make the law.

  4. Fred Says:

    And all the pussy’s said; “better not break the law”.

    To which I saw; “what law, you pussy”?

  5. Chas Says:

    Women complain a lot about being labeled “hormonal”, or “on the rag”, or “menopausal”, but they all too often don’t mind acting as absurdly as if such accusations were true. Why is that?
    Healey is a ridiculous disgrace, as juvenile, immature and unwise in her behavior as Marilyn Mosby, no matter what side you’re on – she just doesn’t measure up. It’s past time for the grown ups to come back into the room.

  6. Weer'd Beard Says:

    Lyle: To be clear, Charlie Baker is a RINO who doesn’t much care about guns. His first statement was on the day of the AG’s press release, and he simply stated that she had the power and authority to do what she did.

    Now, after massive rallies and the majority of the Massachusetts legislature have voiced dissatisfaction to the AG’s actions, he’s doing a political reversal.

    Also note that the water still isn’t very friendly here, a large number of those legislators probably are pissed that she’s crowding their jurisdiction.

  7. mikee Says:

    What the AG has done is an interesting thing – she has criminalized a person’s adherence to the written law. Make the guns you sell meet the legal requirements of the law, and you are violating the law!

    What a goldmine this could be for both parties!

    Imagine if not robbing a bank could be prosecuted as bank robbery – selectively! Every legislator in an opposition party could be locked up tomorrow, and in prison for a decade.

    The question is, now that this extralegal genie is out of its bottle, who is its master? And can it be rebottled?

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