The original resolution that the legislature was going to vote on Wednesday called for reconsideration of the new law. But the crowd asked repeatedly for stronger wording, saying it should be repealed altogether.
The committee agreed and withdrew the resolution, calling a meeting for Tuesday morning to draw up a new measure.
The new resolution substitutes the word “repeal” instead of “reconsideration.”
It also asks for a possible amendment “of certain provisions contained therein that negatively affect law-abiding citizens, business persons, the health and mental-health communities and county government.”
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