Should the county approve an ordinance aimed at cracking down on reckless shooting in residential areas.
Horry County Council seems ready to kill a proposed ordinance aimed at cracking down on reckless shooting in residential areas. Supporters say the ordinance promotes public safety while critics see it as an attack on the Second Amendment. Should the county approve this ordinance?
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