Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Wisconsin Municipalities Impose Restrictions on Concealed Carry
Municipalities putting shackles on concealed carry. Move on to impose local restrictions. (Appleton Post-Crescent, 9/21/2011)
Excerpt: Although the state law bans concealed weapons from some government buildings — including law enforcement offices, prisons, jails, courthouses and school grounds — the law does not specifically mandate protections for other public spaces, such as city hall buildings or civic centers.
That decision is left to local governments.
But some local officials say the law’s wording is vague and doesn’t offer clear guidance for how to institute a ban at the municipal level, be it through an ordinance or administrative policy.
Whitewater Council approves public buildings firearm ordinance. (9/9/2011)
Two Rivers council prohibits concealed carry in public buildings. (9/7/2011)
Milwaukee area communities move to ban guns from public buildings. (8/21/2011)
Linus Van Pelt, now all grown up, goes to the dark side. (8/2/2011
No concealed carry in Columbus public buildings. (7/25/2011)
A lesson in Wisconsin administrative rule-making. (7/23/2011)
Sheboygan County District Attorney Joe DeCecco calls out gun lobby paranoia. (7/13/2011)
City of Middleton Council votes to approve ordinance to prohibit entry or presence in public buildings while carrying firearms. (7/6/2011)
Milwaukee Public Library trustees ban firearms from all buildings. (6/29/2011)
Milton Mayor and gun-rights advocate Tom Chesmore: Only police should carry guns into city buildings. (6/27/2011)
Dane County and City of Madison propose restrictions on concealed carry. (6/18/2011)
Wisconsin Senate Bill 93: Concealed Carry. (6/10/2011)
Milwaukee Police Chief to Gov. Walker on concealed carry: Exhibit statesmanship and provide adult supervision. (6/4/2011)