Otis Rolley said he would, if elected, propose a $1 per bullet tax on all bullet purchases in the city. The idea was part of an overall crime plan he unveiled Tuesday.
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Straight outta Clarence Royce's playbook from
For each bullet, $.50 goes into my campaign fund
Yes, because it's the criminals who go to the store to buy bullets to protect themselves and the law-abiding people who go to the black market for bullets.