OKC Fun Police To Crack Down On Fireworks

  We have sad news for patriots, pyromaniacs and people who to torment anxious dogs.   This July 4th, the Oklahoma City Fire Department is pairing up with the OKCPD to enforce ordinances that prohibit the use of fireworks without a permit. Yep, that's right. First, they told us we can’t light up a cigarette within 10 feet of a business’ door. Now they’re trying to tell us we can’t light a firecracker without adult supervision permission from the Fire Marshal. Next, they’re going to make it illegal to burn our used car tires and ash out of our own car windows.   Anyway, there are probably some good reasons why you shouldn't use fireworks in city limits, but there are even more that say you should. Here are 5 reasons why Oklahoma City residents should be allowed to set off their own firecrackers!     Oklahomans Like Booms  
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