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Jefferson County Judge Gerald Robinson invites community to a public discussion on gun laws

Pine Bluff, Arkansas – Jefferson County Judge Gerald Robinson is spearheading a public discussion to gauge opinions on local gun laws. This is in line with his ongoing commitment to facilitating dialogue on pressing community matters.

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An Invitation to the Community

Slated for Tuesday, October 24, 2023, at 10 a.m., the Veterans Services Office in Pine Bluff will host the discussion. Located at 114 South State Street, the venue is central and accessible, ensuring residents from all over Jefferson County can attend. The primary objective of this meeting is to let community members voice their concerns, propose modifications, or simply share their perspectives on current gun laws.

This gathering is more than just a forum; it’s a testament to the significance of public involvement in shaping policies. By ensuring citizens have a say in regulations that directly affect them, it underscores the democratic spirit of local governance.

All stakeholders, be they ordinary residents, community stalwarts, or local organizations passionate about the subject, are encouraged to attend. The gathering is not only an opportunity to speak but also to listen and understand the diverse viewpoints within the community. In essence, Judge Robinson’s initiative underscores the pivotal role of transparent dialogue in the evolution of local laws and policies.

Ava Thompson

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