From the Miami Herald: DeSantis pushes expansion of Stand Your Ground law as part of ‘anti-mob’ crackdown



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  1. Avatar Dark Matter

    Wow. So if the police aren’t allowed to give businesses law and order, the owners of those businesses will be able to create it themselves.

    a move that critics say will allow armed citizens to shoot suspected looters or anyone engaged in “criminal mischief” that disrupts a business

    Yep. That’s what it will do. Not sure that’s a bad thing.Report

  2. Avatar Saul Degraw

    Let’s get even stupider!!!Report

  3. Avatar Jaybird

    This law is a good argument for Medicare for All coverage.

    If a looter gets shot, it can be pointed out that “They have insurance”.Report

  4. Avatar Brandon Berg

    I know that actually reading the story before commenting isn’t really in keeping with the spirit, but <a href=”http://DeSantis pushes expansion of Stand Your Ground law as part of ‘anti-mob’ crackdown”>From the Miami Herald</a> is not a valid link.Report

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