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Raleigh City Council seeks an exemption from HB650
The City of Raleigh Website ^

Posted on 12/08/2011 8:15:52 AM PST by ncdepot

Adopts Conforming Ordinance The Raleigh City Council today adopted an ordinance that members hope will be short lived. The vote brings the City Code into compliance with North Carolina State Enabling Laws.

The newly adopted State law that went into effect Dec. 1, allows the carrying of concealed weapons essentially everywhere, with the exceptions of some City-owned parks and recreational facilities. The City Council has asked the City Attorney’s Office to pursue an exemption for Raleigh during the General Assembly’s short session.

"While the City Council will comply with the new law, the Council members unanimously believe it is bad policy and are seeking to change the law at the first opportunity," said City Attorney Thomas McCormick.

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TOPICS: US: North Carolina
KEYWORDS: city; hb650; parks; raleigh
The Raleigh City Council will seek an exemption from recently enacted HB650. This will affect your ability to legally CCW in Raleigh city parks and greenways.
1 posted on 12/08/2011 8:15:57 AM PST by ncdepot
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Raleigh is a shi+hole full of yankees who always seem to know what's best for others. Yet they still don't fully understand why they moved down here. They didn't escape bad living habits...they took them on a road show.
2 posted on 12/08/2011 10:44:28 AM PST by Niteranger68 (When voting, if you are not willing to work in the kitchen, order from the menu.)
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