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Fireworks

While the use personal use of fireworks is often used to celebrate special holidays, it’s not often expressly legal and requires having law enforcement turn a blind eye. This can create a situation where even though the use of fireworks is customary enforcement is arbitrary and can cause problems for certain people who are just joining in on the celebration. This legislation would make personal firework usage legal on Independence Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. SB 140 was passed through both chambers and signed into law by the Governor.

Bill Categories: Commerce

AFP POSITION: Support

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22

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Charlie Stone

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3

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Jayer Williamson

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71

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76

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Ray Wesley Rodrigues

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32

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Anthony Sabatini

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27

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David Santiago

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87

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David Silvers

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42

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Mike La Rosa

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33

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Brett Thomas Hage

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88

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Al Jacquet

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80

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Byron Donalds

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77

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Dane Eagle

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114

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Javier Fernandez

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78

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Heather Fitzenhagen

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2

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9

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Loranne Ausley

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74

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James Buchanan

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104

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Richard Stark

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86

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Matt Willhite

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50

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Rene Plasencia

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99

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Evan Jenne

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90

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Joseph Casello

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83

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Tobin Rogers Overdorf

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16

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Jason Fischer

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