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     ezinwa mirandafromchina biz man Claudia Rodriguez Rodrigo Mejia Yasha Wallin Mindy Nguyen Stef McDonald Carolyn Sams

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  • Rodrigo MejiaRodrigo Mejia

    The bill puts it to law enforcement to investigate all instances where force is used, even if it were heavily believed to be a case of self defense and under the guidelines of the 2005 Stand Your Ground Law.*

  • Chelsea SpannChelsea Spann

    It's interesting because using "deadly force" can be just that – deadly. What is too much or too little force? How can people feel like they can protect themselves while still not breaking the law and becoming a loose canon? I agree that the law needs to be changed. We don't want what happened to Trayvon Martin to happen again, and that starts with adjusting these laws.