Wednesday, September 11, 2019

1331 Reasons to keep the 2nd Amendment not to mention fight back against a tyrannical federal government. The U.S. Constitution guarantees the inalienable rights of citizens


 1331 Reasons to keep the 2nd Amendment 

 Having just used guns and other arms to ward off the English, the amendment was originally created to give citizens the opportunity to fight back against a tyrannical federal government. The U.S. Constitution guarantees the inalienable rights of citizens

All
50 State
Federal & State Prisons
Does not include county jails.
1331 Prisons in America
1.      Alabama Total 35
Federal 3
State Prisons 32
Open 32
Close 0

2.      Alaska Total 16
Federal 0
State Prisons 16
Open 16
Close  0

3.      Arizona Total 19
Federal 3
State Prisons 16
Open 16
Close 0

4.      Arkansas Total 22
Federal 1
State Prisons 21
Open 21
Close 0

5.      California Total 46
Federal 12
State Prisons 34
Open 34
Close 0

6.      Colorado Total 28
Federal 4
State Prisons 29
Open 24
Close 5

7.      Connecticut Total 15
Federal 1
State Prisons 21
Open 14
Close 7
8.      Delaware Total 13
Federal 0
State Prisons 13
Open 13
Close 0

9.      Florida Total 80
Federal 7
State Prisons 81
Open 73
Close  8

10.  Georgia Total 89
Federal 4
State Prisons 95 includes county
Open 85
Close  10

11.  Hawaii Total 10
Federal 1
State Prisons 9
Open 9
Close 0

12.  Idaho Total 14
Federal 0
State Prisons 14
Open 14
Close 0

13.  Illinois Total 48
Federal 5
State Prisons 51
Open 43
Close 8

14.  Indiana Total 25
Federal 1
State Prisons 33
Open 24
Close 9

15.  Iowa Total 9
Federal 0
State Prisons 9
Open 9
Close 0

16.  Kansas Total 11
Federal 1
State Prisons 10
Open 10
Close 0

17.  Kentucky Total 19
Federal 5
State Prisons 14
Open 14
Close 0

18.  Louisiana Total 12
Federal 3
State Prisons 13
Open 9
Close  4

19.  Maine Total 8
Federal 0
State Prisons 8
Open 8
Close 0

20.  Maryland Total 22
Federal 1
State Prisons 27
Open 21
Close 6

21.  Massachusetts Total 17
Federal 1
State Prisons 22
Open 16
Close  6

22.  Michigan Total 34
Federal  1
State Prisons 68
Open 33
Close 35

23.  Minnesota Total 19
Federal 4
State Prisons 15
Open 15
Close  0

24.  Mississippi Total 19
Federal 2
State Prisons 20
Open 17
Close 3

25.  Missouri Total 23
Federal 1
State Prisons 24
Open 22
Close 2

26.  Montana Total 20
Federal 0
State Prisons 20
Open 20
Close 0

27.  Nebraska Total 10
Federal 0
State Prisons 10
Open 10
Close 0

28.  Nevada Total 10
Federal 0
State Prisons 10
Open 10
Close 0

29.  New Hampshire Total 6
Federal 1
State Prisons 5
Open 5
Close 0

30.  New Jersey Total 14
Federal 2
State Prisons 14
Open 12
Close 2

31.  New Mexico Total 12
Federal 2
State Prisons 10
Open 10
Close 0

32.  New York Total 58
Federal 4
State Prisons 71
Open 54
Close 17

33.  North Carolina Total 57
Federal 2
State Prisons 118
Open 55
Closed 63

34.  North Dakota Total 5
Federal 0
State Prisons 5
Open 5
Close 0

35.  Ohio Total 33
Federal 1
State Prisons 37
Open 32
Close 5

36.  Oklahoma Total 33
Federal 3
State Prisons 30
Open 30
Close 0

37.  Oregon Total 22
Federal 1
State Prisons 21
Open 21
Close 0

38.  Pennsylvania Total 39
Federal 10
State Prisons 29
Open 29
Close 0

39.  Rhode Island Total 6
Federal 0
State Prisons 6
Open 6
Close 0

40.  South Carolina Total 26
Federal 4
State Prisons 29
Open 22
Close 7

41.  South Dakota Total 8
Federal 1
State Prisons 7
Open 7
Close   0

42.  Tennessee Total 19
Federal 1
State Prisons 22
Open 18
Close 4

43.  Texas Total 135
Federal 16
State Prisons 128
Open 119
Close 9

44.  Utah Total 3
Federal 0
State Prisons 3
Open 3
Close  0

45.  Vermont Total 6
Federal 0
State Prisons 6
Open 6
Close 0

46.  Virginia Total 42
Federal 3
State Prisons 39
Open 39
Close 0

47.  Washington Total 13
Federal 1
State Prisons 15
Open 12
Close  3

48.  West Virginia Total 58
Federal 6
State Prisons 52
Open 52
Close to 0

49.  Wisconsin Total 38
Federal 1
State Prisons 37
Open 37
Close  0

50.  Wyoming Total 5
Federal 0
State Prisons Total 5
Open 5
Close  

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