In 2015, gun-rights advocates, like the woman pictured above, protested rules that prohibit openly carrying guns into the state House and Senate viewing galleries. Three years later, the ban goes a step further: Concealed weapons will no longer be allowed in the Senate gallery.
In 2015, gun-rights advocates, like the woman pictured above, protested rules that prohibit openly carrying guns into the state House and Senate viewing galleries. Three years later, the ban goes a step further: Concealed weapons will no longer be allowed in the Senate gallery. Elaine Thompson AP
In 2015, gun-rights advocates, like the woman pictured above, protested rules that prohibit openly carrying guns into the state House and Senate viewing galleries. Three years later, the ban goes a step further: Concealed weapons will no longer be allowed in the Senate gallery. Elaine Thompson AP

Farewell to arms in state Senate gallery

December 05, 2017 04:00 PM

UPDATED December 05, 2017 04:00 PM

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