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Some Ellwood City officials hope to take another shot at banning personal guns in the municipal building -- including the mayor's sidearm -- despite opposition from the National Rifle Association.
If you are an NRA member, tell them that firearms are banned in ALL municipal buildings in Georgia pursuant to O.C.G.A. 16-11-127, the public gatherings law.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/s_526608.html

Some Ellwood City officials hope to take another shot at banning personal guns in the municipal building -- including the mayor's sidearm -- despite opposition from the National Rifle Association.
If you are an NRA member, tell them that firearms are banned in ALL municipal buildings in Georgia pursuant to O.C.G.A. 16-11-127, the public gatherings law.
:-$ Shhhhh, don't say nuthin. You don't want them to come and try to screw...err, help us like they did last time do you. :wink:
 

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"If council heeds the advice of its solicitor, an ordinance to ban anyone other than a police officer from carrying a gun in the municipal building will probably die.

Solicitor Edward Leymarie Jr. said Monday evening that a proposed revised ordinance, which would replace a law rescinded last month that covered the municipal building and all borough-owned property and vehicles, still would pose "serious constitutional issues."
 

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Council President Glenn Jones said previously that he hoped to formulate an ordinance acceptable to both parties by meeting with NRA representatives, but said Monday afternoon that NRA representatives refused to meet with him.
 

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Council President Glenn Jones said previously that he hoped to formulate an ordinance acceptable to both parties by meeting with NRA representatives, but said Monday afternoon that NRA representatives refused to meet with him.
Refused to meet with him huh? I guess they had better legislation to sabotage.
 

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Speaking of which, did anyone get something in the mail recently looking like a court document titled "Legal Action Pending - US Supreme Court" and "2007 NRA Legal Action - US Supreme Court"??? I did today. What a crock. They're trying to take credit for what CATO and Levy did. The plantiffs are listed as D.C., New York, San Fran, etc. The defendants are the second amendment, THE NRA, firearms industry, firearms owners, etc. You get the picture. No Parker, no Heller, no Cato. I'll return the postage paid envelope alright - with "NO SOUP FOR YOU!" written in big magic marker letters across their contribution request, along with a separate note. This is really disturbing. I'm going to have to reevaluate my future renewal membership. :x
 
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