TRIB TALK [Columbia Daily Tribune (MO)]
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Jim Robertson, managing editor
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"This is actually a question for Jim Robertson. If the Tribune can print the names of people who are arrested or take out a marriage license, could the Tribune print the names of people who take out concealed-weapons permits "
Robertson replies: Personally, I'm all about disclosure of public information. But the Missouri General Assembly anticipated your question in 2004 and excluded conceal-carry permits from public disclosure.
"In a recent column, Bill O'Reilly lamented all the laws that California had passed to control every aspect of people's lives. He says, 'The more laws that governments pass, the less individual freedom there is. We Americans need to stop this nanny-state stuff.' That is exactly how I feel about the 122 new laws enacted from 2011 to 2012 trying to restrict a woman's legal right to an abortion. Why must a woman's uterus be so overly legislated "
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