Originally Posted by Vis
What will theaters say about it?
Theater or other private business establishment needs to put up a sign prohibiting firearms
This web site apparently used to provide a llst of locations where you could not bring your gun to assist someone who wanted to take in a movie or go shopping while continuing to enjoy their ability to pack at all times
This reflects the local attitude of many that guns should be everywhere
Hours after the horrific shooting in Aurora, Colorado last week, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a challenge to Georgia’s ban on carrying concealed weapons in places of worship. Guns rights advocates, along with two Reverends, argued the ban violates the Second Amendment right to bear arms, but the court disagreed. When the Supreme Court recognized that the Second Amendment protects an individual right, Justice Scalia said the ruling should not “cast doubt on . . . laws forbidding the carrying of firearms in sensitive places such as schools and government buildings.”....
The Georgia legislature is now considering a bill that would overturn the 11th Circuit’s decision and further relax the state’s concealed carry laws to allow guns in churches, government buildings, schools, and bars, without the consent of property owners