Castle Rock voters have taken away the town manager’s power to restrict the open carry of firearms in public buildings and parks, while insisting that any future decisions on gun restrictions in town of 50,000 go to a vote of the people.
via Castle Rock voters say authority to restrict firearms rests with them – The Denver Post.
If the name Castle Rock rings something in your memory, it might be the Supreme Court decision in Castle Rock versus Gonzalez confirming once again that Police have no Duty to Protect.
Apparently, most of the people of Castle Rock learned the lesson.
2 thoughts on “Castle Rock voters say authority to restrict firearms rests with them.”
A shame how the lesson has to be learned the hard way.
If by, “authority to restrict firearms” you mean “within their own household”, I’d agree.
But NO ONE has the right to restrict firearms community-wide. Not a simple majority, not property owners, not a lynch-mob. I retain the right to keep and bear arms, no matter who doesn’t like it.
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