AtackDuck wrote:Yeah, it's one of those things that preemption should normally take care of, except if you look at the law that HB 1070 is amending, it does specifically grant localities this authority.Bugger! should have looked at TFred's post first. Nevermind........
In a local notice, preparations of a publicemergency shelter were sent out. In the notice was the following: "No guns or pets (expect (sic) service animals) are allowed in the shelter."
Before I email the emergency coordinator and ask for clarification, does the county have authority to ban guns in a county owned building? I think not, but maybe someoneknows of where in the Codeit might be?
Ps. "Adults will need a form of ID." was also in there. I wonder about that too.
I don't know about the ID thing though, that may be a good question to follow up on.