by: Scott McCaulley
A law that is making its way through the Missouri Legislature has support from many agencies and organizations around the state but one part of the Legislation is of concern to many in Missouri Law Enforcement.
Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader is among those in Law Enforcement concerned about a provision in the proposed 2nd Amendment Preservation Act that would prevent local agencies from working with their Federal counterparts. Radar talked about that on the Tuesday Edition of Ozarks Now on KRZK.
Radar says he and most of the members of the Missouri Sheriff’s Association are strong proponents of the Right to Bear Arms legally as stated in the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution but don’t want to lose a valuable resource in handling criminals.
The complete interview with Doug Rader can be heard below: