I’m sure you remember it. In September of that year, an Evansville man named Benjamin Magenheimer sauntered into Mesker with a handgun strapped to his hip. Security tossed him out, and he filed suit, knowing that a recently passed state law barring local municipalities from regulating guns would give him the upper-hand.
And he was right. As long as you’re not creating a disturbance – which Magenheimer swears he wasn’t — you can take your gun into any public place you wish. There’s nothing the city can do about it because this is Indiana, baby.
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