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    Will your state reps allow CC in their capitol offices?

    I emailed both my state reps asking if they will allow CC in their capitol office.
    Dick Spanbauer, 53rd assembly replied...

    "I don't believe we have anything to worry about with the new law. If someone desired to inflict harm with a gun they wouldn't let the law keep them from carrying out their malicious intent. Concealed firearms will be allowed in many parts of the capitol, my office included."

    I'm still waiting to hear from Sen. Jessica King.

    Will your reps allow CC in their offices?

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    Why should they have a choice? It's a public building. Your new CC pre-emption law is confusing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigsd View Post
    Why should they have a choice? It's a public building. Your new CC pre-emption law is confusing.
    There is no "new" preemption law, it was passed in 1995. The carry law is state level, so preemption wouldn't matter anyway.

    We saw a couple of "no guns" signs on offices but not on my reps. :-)
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