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Thurston noted the committee earlier in the meeting had rejected a bill specifically on allowing concealed weapons at private schools attached to churches, and Gibson said adding other issues to the bill at the last minute gave the appearance of a lack of transparency.
There are currently 1.78 million Florida concealed weapon license holders.--Courtesy Florida Dept.
The appeals court majority sidestepped the issue of whether the Second Amendment permits open carry, noting the court was asked to rule only on whether limiting concealed weapon permits violates the Second Amendment - and concluded it doesn't.
Rhode Island's concealed weapon license law has long been discretionary.
The Kansas legislation prohibits colleges and universities from banning concealed weapons unless buildings have "adequate security measures." Institutions' governing boards, however, may prohibit concealed weapons for up to four years by applying for and receiving an exemption from the law.
A concealed weapon in the hands of a good person is not the slightest danger to innocent people, but could save dozens of lives in the improbable but all too possible event of a criminal opening fire against unarmed legislators or visitors.
The FOI is used regularly by the news media, and this bill seems to be aimed at keeping concealed weapons carriers' names out of the newspaper.
Wisconsin does not allow people to carry concealed weapons.
Former journalist and Missouri School of Journalism doctoral student Aimee Edmondson conducted a study of all 50 states in 2007 for her paper titled, "Packing heat: a gun battle between privacy and access." She examined the states' sunshine laws and focused on what these laws said about concealed weapon permits.
Of course, an insurer could claim that since the insured employer knew the employee had a concealed weapon at the workplace, the insured should have known or expected a shooting might occur.
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) presents Hand-Held Metal Detectors for Use in Concealed Weapon and Contraband Detection, which establishes performance requirements and testing methods for active hand-held metal detectors used to find metal weapons or metal contraband carried on a person or concealed by a nonmetal object.