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Florida: Broward Commission wants Broward 'exempt' from gun legislation

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Broward County Commissioners will ask Florida Legislators to exempt Broward County from House Bill 45, the recently enacted state law that allows anyone with a concealed weapons permit to take a handgun into a public building or park. The law also includes fines of up to $5,000 for each appointed or elected official who violates the law, holding them personally liable.

Read Original at: Broward County (Fla.)

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