Iowa: City councilman orders police to memorize the Second Amendment
Sioux City city councilman Aaron Rochester is speaking out about national gun control legislation. He says talks of allowing authorities...
Sioux City city councilman Aaron Rochester is speaking out about national gun control legislation. He says talks of allowing authorities to search homes for unregistered guns goes against the right to bear arms, and he wants to make sure Sioux City police know it.
"I think it's going against constitutional rights, and I think our police department in Sioux City should really know every bit of the second amendment so that they can interpret it and do things according to what our founding fathers meant." Rochester's given council direction to make sure all new police officers have a thorough review of the second amendment. He also suggested making them memorize it, like they do with the fourth amendment, or the right to search and seizure. For more, go to: [http://www.ktiv.com/Global/story.asp?S=10384520//](http://www.ktiv.com/Global/story.asp?S=10384520//)