Strange shooting range bill in AZ
AZ state rep Pamela Gorman has introduced a "strike everything" amendment to an unrelated bill (a strike everything strikes out all content of the bill and substitutes something else). The amendment would prohibit any subdivision of the state (i.e. counties, maybe cities) from operating a shooting range "under the jurisdiction" of state game and fish. It's also retroactive to Dec. 31 of last year.
Apart from the question of "why?" it's an illustration of why those who like laws or sausage should never watch either being made. What's a range "under the jurisdiction of" game and fish? Is it any range (since they can enforce game and fish laws on the land). Is it any range over which they have some special control? Any range for which they've disbursed a grant? And how and why do you make it retroactive -- how do you stop someone from managing what they've already managed?