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Thread: S.C. gun bills defy trends. Anti-gun Charleston P&C Posted & Currying

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    S.C. gun bills defy trends. Anti-gun Charleston P&C Posted & Currying

    "But judging from our state lawmakers’ pro-gun zeal, a real possibility in South Carolina is a newly perceived right to keep and bear bazookas — without a background check."

    "There is a bill to allow gun owners to carry their weapons openly in public. No training or background check would be required.

    There is one releasing South Carolina from any federal gun law that the state determines abridges gun rights. This one passed the House and is in the Senate.

    And there is one allowing school employees to arm themselves in schools. That might come in handy if another bill, which would allow schools to give a firearms marksmanship course for credit, should pass.

    A bill that would prohibit doctors from discussing gun safety with patients doesn’t appear to stand much of a chance. Hopefully people’s right to free speech — and the confidential doctor-patient relationship — will mean something to legislators.

    Another bill would allow students, faculty and employees of a college to bring their guns to campus if they have concealed weapons permits.

    Businesses would not be allowed to stop people parked on their property from keeping guns in their cars as per another bill.

    People licensed to carry concealed weapons would be able to take them in businesses where alcohol is served — except between midnight and 5 a.m. and except if they drink alcohol or hang around too close to the bar."
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