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Ariz. Lawmakers Divided On ?Stand Your Ground? Law
Some state lawmakers say they're willing to take another
“That's a God-given right,” Farnsworth said. “There's nothing controversial about that except by those people who would believe that there ought to be some kind of gun control and we shouldn't be able to defend ourselves. I just think that's ridiculous.”
“Where normally they may have turned around and walked away now are going to say, 'No, I'm going to turn around and I'm going to stand my ground and I'm going to make sure that no one's going to push me around,’” Gallardo said.
Lawmakers are not due to return to the Capitol until January.