Dear Editor: Even when state legislators have hearings, they go into executive session to discuss things. They make everyone else in the state have open meetings, but exclude themselves from that same requirement. So, if they held hearings, there would be pressure to state their opinions publicly, which they are loathe to do. Hence, no hearings on guns. And therefore, no vote on guns.

Donna Richards

Fond du Lac

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