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Arizona: Tucson gun owners demand city council to comply with state law

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Gun advocates went to City Hall Tuesday to fight a decision the Tucson City Council made in January over gun laws in city parks. Tucson city code states that you can only bring a gun on to a city park with a concealed carry permit. But state law recently changed to allow gun owners to bring them to parks without a permit.

Read Original at: KVOA (Tucson, Ariz.)

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