Packing Pistols and Pulling Pints

Kim, Andy
February 2011
Governing;Feb2011, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p15
The article focuses on the enforcement of gun laws in many U.S. states which allow the carrying of guns in bars and restaurants. It states that many states like Arizona, Virginia, and Georgia have supported the said gun laws which receive disagreements from gun control advocates. It mentions that gun rights advocates claim that the gun laws are an extension of their Second Amendment rights. Moreover, individual owners still have the rights to ban guns in their bars.


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