Originally Posted by cosmo20002
Enforcement is always a problem with anything. There's no law where someone couldn't say, "Well, the criminals aren't going to follow it." Doesn't mean we don't have laws. Although that idea sounds appealing to the fringe, it is not a reasonable stance for people who want to live in a civilized society.
I can agree with that. But when creating regulations like this, it absolutely must be determined whether the regulation will be effective for what it's intended for, as opposed to just a detriment to law abiding citizens. We're still focusing on the criminal right? There has to be some level of enforceability and confidence it will work.