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Thanks for proving my point, (even though this list is relatively moot as it is not per capita) that 13 of the 15 most dangerous cities have CCW, which clearly indicates it does not lower the violent crime rate

New York — 515 may issue Chicago — 431 NO CCW Detroit — 344 Shall issue Philadelphia — 324 Shall issue Los Angeles — 297 may issue New Orleans — 200 Shall issue Houston — 198 Shall issue Baltimore — 196 may issue Dallas — 133 Shall issue Memphis — 117 Shall issue Phoenix — 116 Shall issue St. Louis — 113 Shall issue Washington D.C. — 108 NO CCW Kansas City, Mo. — 108 Shall issue Oakland, Calif. — 104 may issue

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I wonder if anybody can find a city that's been run by Republicans for the last 50 years that in anywhere near as poor shape as these cities.

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Most of these cities have elected Democrat Mayors for about 50 years. They have heavily Democratic voters............and it brought them to where they are now. The Democrat's ideas feel good but fail miserably.

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said VA Beach... should I have said Newport News? It's not exactly Martha's Vineyard... All large cities of each state on east coast has violence... You should be up in arms at the OP of this silly forum, not me.

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New York — 515 may issue Chicago — 431 NO CCW Detroit — 344 Shall issue Philadelphia — 324 Shall issue Los Angeles — 297 may issue New Orleans — 200 Shall issue Houston — 198 Shall issue Baltimore — 196 may issue Dallas — 133 Shall issue Memphis — 117 Shall issue Phoenix — 116 Shall issue St. Louis — 113 Shall issue Washington D.C. — 108 NO CCW Kansas City, Mo. — 108 Shall issue Oakland, Calif. — 104 may issue

NO ISSUE:

"No issue" states have no provision in law to allow a citizen to carry a concealed handgun. Likewise, these states will NOT honor a license or permit issued by any other state. Illinois, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia are no-issue jurisdictions

"may issue" (or "discretionary issue") laws require that the applicant demonstrate a specific "need", to justify the granting of a license or permit. Within the range and scope of "may issue" states, Alabama and Connecticut are as forthcoming with the issuance of permits and licenses as to be practically "shall issue". In New York, Massachusetts, and California (where rural counties tend to issue permits, but urban ones rarely do), the best descriptor seems to be "at the whim of local officials". Maryland, New Jersey and Hawaii have laws that provide for the issuance of licenses, however, so rarely do officials actually grant a license or permit that they could be classified as "almost non issue".

In thirty nine states, issuing authorities can not deny a concealed-carry application based on nebulous, undefined criteria or personal agenda. Although the state of Washington began the practice of issuing to applicants who met a well defined, objective set of criteria as early as 1961, the practice became legislatively popular following Florida's enactment of objective "shall issue," in 1987.

Well I am sure you all talk about this a lot at your ACLU meetings. And by the way Virginia has killed every anti-gun law that hit the floor. And passed all but one pro gun. Looks like things are looking up here in the SOUTH.

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There is zero evidence CCW laws had anything to do with decreasing the crime rate, and yes, crime rates were already dropping

www dot brookings.edu/press/books/chapter_1/evaluatinggunpolicy dotpdf

You top 15 cities were not per capita, but still showed the majority of cities with the "most" gun violence have CC laws and lax regulations

Lott is a quack and there is universal agreement among his peers that his finding were a joke

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Oh I forgot this I'll take my chances with the robber with a gun verse none. At least I have a chance with a gun I have zero with out. Lanza's mother was not killed by an intruder so that one don't count.

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LOL we PP if violent crime is dropping why more guns laws?? Can't wait to hear this. Sorry but the data is true it does lower crime. Check data out on STATE website. Also what about the FBI report about the top 15 cities in 2011,is that wrong to??

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Really lucky? There was an armed guard at columbine...how many lives did it save?

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There is ZERO evidence CCW reduced the crime rate anywhere. The crime rate nation wide and in those states was already dropping when the laws were enacted, this is one of the reasons Lott's findings were an academic laughing stock.

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