Arizona: Tucson ends policy on destroying guns

| September 7, 2017

Arizona: Tucson ends policy on destroying guns

In the end, only one number really mattered when it came to Tucson stopping its policy of destroying guns in city possession — $57 million.That is the amount in annual state-shared revenues the city would have have to forgo if it defied a ruling by the Arizona State Supreme Court that the practice conflicted with state law. Specifically, the ruling affirmed that surplus property must be auctioned to the highest bidders.

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