City of Phoenix bans gun safety billboards


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Hawthorne2k
October 22, 2010, 01:16 AM
Trainmeaz.com (http://www.trainmeaz.com), a Arizona firearms training aggregator website headed by Alan Korwin of gunlaws.com, put up billboards and bus shelter ads announcing that Arizonans should know about the opportunities for safe firearms training in the state, and the city of Phoenix has forced them to take them down (http://exurbanleague.com/Home/tabid/40/EntryId/735/Out-at-First-and-Second.aspx) because they claim they "advertised an advocacy group", even though trainmeaz.com is a for-profit LLC.

Phil Gordon, the mayor of Phoenix, is notoriously anti-gun, and I'm not surprised his office would do something like this.

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tack
October 22, 2010, 02:01 AM
Looks like Phoenix is far from free in the free state. Too bad. We were talking about moving there.

bikerdoc
October 22, 2010, 07:28 AM
Phil Gordon, the mayor of Phoenix, is notoriously anti-gun,

So what is the plan.

Any organization to oust him? Any letter writing? Lobbying? Demonstrations? Rallies? Law suits?

staggerlee213
October 30, 2010, 04:15 AM
How is this legally justifiable at all?

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