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    Columbian article about Clark County


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    While properly permitted revolvers, pistols, shotguns and rifles are now OK to bring into parks, that doesn’t mean anything goes.


    I don't have a permit for any of my weapons...

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    Clark County Deputy Prosecutor Chris Horne told commissioners they will still be able to prohibit weapons at county-owned facilities, specifically the Sleep Country Amphitheater


    WRONG!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger Dr View Post
    Clark County Deputy Prosecutor Chris Horne told commissioners they will still be able to prohibit weapons at county-owned facilities, specifically the Sleep Country Amphitheater


    WRONG!!!!!

    This is just the Prosecutor showing that they aren't totally "whipped" Kind of like the famous mouse showing his last act of defiance

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    "If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying I either won't need anymore or more won't help"

    "If you refuse to stand up for others now, who will stand up for you when your time comes?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger Dr View Post
    Clark County Deputy Prosecutor Chris Horne told commissioners they will still be able to prohibit weapons at county-owned facilities, specifically the Sleep Country Amphitheater


    WRONG!!!!!
    I wrote to Clark County Deputy Prosecutor Chris Horne for claification about prohibiting weapons at county-owned facilities, specifically the Sleep Country Amphitheater.

    His response is below for anyone interested:

    "Any property owner who owns land may exclude weapons from their property. You can in you house, a business may on its premises. Similarly, the county can exclude firearms, to the extent we own property like any other property owner.

    The key is that the county owns land in different capacities. In our governmental capacity we own property such as parks and may not restrict firearms. The county can also own land separate from its governmental role. It is in that context that the court has said that we may exclude as any other owner."

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    Did he cite a court case to substantiate his claim?

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    No he did not. The quote is his complete email to me. Though I did politely reply and ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by svxr8dr View Post
    No he did not. The quote is his complete email to me. Though I did politely reply and ask.
    Did you ask him to explain how a tax paying citizen would determine what land the county own's that doesn't have to follow the law?

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    I received no response back for my follow-up question.

    Will try the County Commisioners next

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    Congrats guys! Another victory for the lawful citizen

    Joe~

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