At least Arizona state legislators understand the importance of carrying concealed handguns for their own safety
The sign out front says "no weapons allowed," but at least two state senators, both women, bring concealed guns with them to work every day.
"I do think there's a difference between people that work in a building day after day after day and just the general public that walks in and out," said State Senator Karen Johnson. . . . .
It would be nice if the lawmakers accepted that others want to carry a permitted concealed handgun for the same reasons that the legislators do. It would also be nice if they understood how law-abiding permit holders were and they the permit holders do not represent a threat.