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Florida lawmakers propose eliminating gun free zones

Midwest

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Florida lawmakers propose eliminating gun free zones

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/02/16/florida-lawmakers-propose-eliminating-gun-free-zones.html

Two Florida lawmakers proposed legislation to eliminate 15 gun free locations


"Florida Sen. Dennis Baxley and Rep. Don Hahnfedlt have proposed legislation to nix restrictions on where permit-holders can carry concealed weapons. If it passes, it would allow concealed guns at the 15 types of locations where they’re currently prohibited in the state....This includes jails, police stations, courthouses, schools, polling places, airports and locations where alcohol is sold."
 

hammer6

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Florida lawmakers propose eliminating gun free zones

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/02/16/florida-lawmakers-propose-eliminating-gun-free-zones.html

Two Florida lawmakers proposed legislation to eliminate 15 gun free locations


"Florida Sen. Dennis Baxley and Rep. Don Hahnfedlt have proposed legislation to nix restrictions on where permit-holders can carry concealed weapons. If it passes, it would allow concealed guns at the 15 types of locations where they’re currently prohibited in the state....This includes jails, police stations, courthouses, schools, polling places, airports and locations where alcohol is sold."


"and locations where alcohol is sold."

huh?
 
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