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Burger, Fries, and an Armed Guard

A couple of weeks ago the city council in Newark, New Jersey passed a law requiring some restaurants to "have an armed guard on duty after dark." Now mayor Cory Booker has vetoed it. Booker called the rule "overly broad and burdensome" for small businesses and "a distraction from the search for more effective public safety policy." [WSJ]

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