Fireworks law needs update


Last updated 7/27/2023 at 12:47pm

Like most Americans, I enjoy watching – and lighting – fireworks on Independence Day.

America’s “birthday” should stand out among all national holidays. And the colorful, aerial explosions showcase the freedom and independence for which the U.S. stands.

But why then do only tribes have the ability to sell and use the “good” fireworks – you know: firecrackers, bottle rockets, Roman candles, mortars and more. There’s nothing magical about the imaginary line on a map suggesting fireworks perform differently on a reservation or tribal trust land.

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