Mayor Richard Daley Strict Gun Rules For Chicago


Mayor Richard Daley Strict Gun Rules For Chicago – The gun rules in Chicago have been under constant debate in the media lately. Residents of the area show flocculation results in the polls. It seems like everyone is unsure what the right step for Chicago gun laws might be. Mayor Richard Daley made an announcement to the public on Thursday where he revealed that the city might proceed with new gun laws. Their proposal introduced the most complex and strictest procedure that the United States has ever seen. While gun rights advocates stand strongly behind the fact that every American is entitled to a gun, polls suggest that the city doesn’t feel safe with the current rights that are enforced and perhaps harsh gun rules are the exact kind of rights we need enforced in America.

The plan would restrict gun shops in the Chicago area from selling any type of fire arm. Ultimately it would disallow gun owners from leaving their home with a handgun. Even if you were to step onto your own porch or garage, these areas would still be considered restricted. Many feel that these new laws would take gun rights too far and would make ownership far too limited and restricted.

However, Daley has prepared what he believes is the best proposal for gun ownership. His proposal has come only a few days following the U.S. Supreme Courts decision that rules Americans have a right to own a gun for self-defense anywhere they live. What he has suggested still complies with the Supreme Courts decision but it limits ownership in such ways that you’re hardly allowed to have a gun anywhere but your bedroom. The City Council will be voting on Friday.
“As long as I’m mayor, we will never give up or give in to gun violence that continues to threaten every part of our nation, including Chicago.”