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    • Does the classification matter if a child was taken during a drunk driving accident or a regular vehicular accident?   To the people involved, of course it doesn't matter, but when looking at facts and statistics to do proper analysis, the classifications matter.  
    • It is obvious that you do not understand the role of the COR. 
    • Except that the 2nd Amendment as it's written, is blatantly clear that gun control legislation is in violation of the enumeration of rights.   If we said there should be heavy restrictions on who should and shouldn't be able to speak openly or publish news... there would be almost universal agreement this is in violation of the 1st Amendment, regardless of the merits of such a claim. Heck, Donald Trump even proposed such an idea in response to his "fake news" claims, and there was collective rejection of the premise out of hand, despite the technology advances since the amendment and the ability to disseminate vast amounts of fake and potentially harmful news to millions of people in seconds. 
    • I'm not sure the classification matters. There was a list of 17 kids who were the same age as my Explorer Scouts when they were shot and killed. Same age as my own children. They are gone and the lives of those around them are in tatters..
    • Beyond the obvious that you've no doubt investigated: Fundraise to cover the cost of a pod or storage facility space.  Contact a storage contractor and see if they'd we willing to donate the space annual or reduce price. Work with the CO to build a unit/area/room on property which they and you can use. Find an alumnus with property willing to allow you to store stuff. Contact other units in your district and see if they will 1) allow you to store stuff, or 2) go in on a storage facility with you. If council camp is near by see if they will allow you to store on-site (highly doubt they will, but worth talking). Contact council to see what other options they have. Of course, access, security, money, etc., are all issues to varying degrees with which you will have to deal.
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