It has been proven that when someone commits a mass shooting, another person with a concealed-carry pistol can save lives by taking the shooter out.
Having said that, we believe the Bowling Green City Commission made the appropriate vote Tuesday, approving in a 4-1 vote lifting a ban on carrying concealed weapons in city buildings. Commissioners previously voted 3-2 on Dec. 19 to eliminate the portion of a city ordinance that prohibits the carrying of concealed weapons into city buildings. Commissioner Joe Denning changed his vote on the second reading to approve lifting of the ban, with Commissioner Brian Nash voting against, as he did on the first reading.
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