Washington Supreme Court: Guns Are Allowed in Seattle Libraries
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The Washington State Supreme Court has issued a ruling that will allow legal gun carriers to bring their firearms into Seattle public libraries.
Previously, the city attempted to ban the carry of guns in public libraries.
While gun rights groups and gun carriers are happy with the decision, not everyone is.
According to KOMO News,
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes doesn’t like the decision and said the Constitution has nothing to do with it.
“This is not a Second Amendment issue,” he said. “It’s important that everyone understands that.”
We’re not really sure what kind of issue this is if it’s not a Second Amendment issue.
In order to ban guns in libraries, the ban would have to come at the state level, and it is believed support for additional gun control measures doesn’t exist in the state legislature at this time.