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Wyoming introduces bill to eliminate gun-free zones

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Wyoming introduces bill to eliminate gun-free zones
Introduced by a republican. Some will call him a "rhino" because the cognitive dissonance is so strong they can't admit that all wolf's hide in all sheep's clothing; there are good and bad on both sides of the isle. Let's get away from the politics people; this is business. Bought and paid for by the Central banks.

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"If House Bill 105 passes the Legislature and is signed into law, they’ll come down, as will “gun-free zone” notices all over Wyoming.

The measure, primarily sponsored by Rep. Jeremy Haroldson, R-Wheatland, was received for introduction Jan. 11, but hadn’t been assigned to a legislative committee as of Friday.

Mostly A Free-Carry State

Both open and concealed carry of firearms without a permit is allowed in Wyoming, and particularly during hunting seasons it’s not unusual to see people bearing arms in the Cowboy State.

However, it’s still largely left up to property owners, businesses and institutions whether firearms are allowed on their premises. Many businesses won’t allow customers or employees to bring their guns.

Guns are likewise effectively banned on the University of Wyoming campus, as well as in or around most public schools and other public buildings, such as county courthouses.

HB 105 aims to eliminate those restrictions in public or taxpayer-funded spaces. Private property and businesses owners could still restrict firearms on their premises as they see fit.

Moreover, it would make it a misdemeanor offence to try preventing someone from concealed carrying in any of those places, punishable by up to a year in prison and/or a $2,000 fine."