Arkansas legislature overwhelmingly passes law for concealed carry in churches

From Reuters:
The Arkansas House of Representatives approved a bill on Monday to allow concealed-carry permit holders to take their weapons into churches, and it is expected to be signed into law by the state's governor.
The Church Protection Act would allow individual places of worship to decide whether to allow concealed handguns and who could carry them. The Republican-controlled House passed the bill 85-8 with bipartisan support. The measure previously passed the Republican-controlled Senate 28-4.
Arkansas joins a handful of other states, including South Carolina, Wyoming and Louisiana, that allow guns in churches, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. . . .

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Blogger pax said...

Correction: the state joined a number of other states that do not prohibit guns in churches...

The default setting should always be freedom. We should call them on it when it's not.

2/04/2013 11:48 PM  

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