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Additional gun services

At last the new direction of the Spokane Valley City Council is becoming clear. We have a mission to provide asylum for the constitutionally armed who are in danger of being driven from their homelands by anti-gun zealots.

We may soon swell with civic pride as domestic refugees seeking relief stream across our borders clutching their Glocks and AR-15s. Of course, we will need to provide additional facilities to accommodate these unfortunates. Ammunition vending machines, bench rests at each bus stop and pop-up targets along the Centennial Trail come to mind.

Mike Perrin

Spokane Valley

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