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Right-to-Carry in parks won't bring gunfire

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

It probably comes as no surprise that local parks officials don't see a problem with a new federal law that allows people to carry firearms onto federal park property. Texas enacted a concealed carry law in the mid 1990s concern amid in some quarters that the state would become a place where antagonists would shoot first and ask questions later. It hasn't happened The concealed carry law has worked well. Thus, the federal parks figure to function just fine even with armed visitors.

Read Original at: The Amarillo Globe News (Texas)

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