This is the typical Lefty/Statist path to erasing rights: start with the "obvious cases."
On review, you find that the cases are not quite so obvious, largely because they simply point to the earlier failures of the Lefty/Statists.
Milwaukee police are asking state legislators and gun rights activists to back three proposals police say would repair Wisconsin's concealed-carry law...
: barring people with three misdemeanor convictions in five years from obtaining a concealed-carry permit...
: straw purchases - buying a firearm for someone who is prohibited from possessing a firearm - are a misdemeanor on a state level, not a felony as they are on a federal level...
 the requirements for a gun permit ignore the reality of plea bargains. Many habitual criminals legally qualify for, and could obtain, a concealed-carry permit because they were never convicted of a felony for which they were charged
For numbers 2 and 3 above--these are problems with prosecutors and judges, not the laws. Too bad that the "flying my Mercedes while drunk" folks are out there--and that prosecutors (and/or judges) don't bother with enforcement.
As to #1 above: WHICH misdemeanors? Any of 'em? All of 'em?
Let's be serious here.
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Dad, that's my question. Which misdemeanors? This is way too broad.
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