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Even though I agree with the value of sprinklers in a single family dwelling , it should be an elective not a demand. This is yet another government intrusion into the private sector.

It has to be mandated to be effective. This is life safety not deciding on whether or not to have a pool at your new home. It has nothing to do with goverment intrusion, different issue. Thats like saying I should be able to decide if I want to put hand rails on my new deck that is 8'-0" off the ground.

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