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Wanted: Gun, Ammo Makers In Idaho

Jeff Sayer, Idaho Department of Commerce director, outlines the strategy behind Gov. Butch Otter's attempt to woo gun and ammunition manufacturers to Idaho. Sayer told Idaho Reporter:

"There are shifting political winds that we’re taking advantage of because other states are shifting towards anti-gun policies. We just feel like that Second Amendment is in our fiber, and it’s something that we’re going to protect, and we’re offering a safe haven for those companies and not only to be in a great business environment, but be in a politically safe environment. There are moments in life when common sense just clicks and this is one of those moments. This just makes sense for Idaho to support firearms’ manufacturers, so we’re going after it. One of the things I like about this is that one of our challenges in Idaho is helping companies to come to our smaller, rural communities, and these companies, many of them, like to be in rural areas, and many of them already operate in rural areas. More here.

Question: Are guns and ammunition part of your DNA?




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