"You still can have shooting ranges and those, the towns and counties still regulate," said Gingery, a bill sponsor.
The House passed House Bill 216 on first reading, which would allow judges to decide who can have a deadly weapon in a courtroom.
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would say it's a courtroom when the judge is presiding, and not a courtroom when the judge is not presiding," said Rep. Kermit Brown, R Laramie, a sponsor of the bill.
Gingery said the man went to prison but he has friends. Gingery enjoys attending basketball games and current law prevents him from carrying his weapon in public facilities. Yet the chances he could Nike Cortez Mens Fashion run into one of the man's friends at a sporting event is high because such events swim with people, he said.
"You don't want a hodgepodge of laws across the state," he said.
Rep. Matt Teeters, R Lingle, was concerned about small courthouses. "If somebody walks into city hall and they're paying a utility bill, I don't want them to get a $10,000 fine" because they're carrying a weapon when a judge has prohibited it.
Some places, like Casper, have passed weapons restrictions that are different than state law, said Rep. Kendell Kroeker, R Evansville.
Rep. James Byrd, D Cheyenne, thought the entire bill was ridiculous. He felt compelled to speak against it.
CHEYENNE A bill that would allow firearms in elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities and sporting events on government owned property passed the first vote in the Wyoming House Wednesday.
federal agents being tried for breaking state laws, said Gingery, who sponsored a successful amendment that would make the punishment in HB104 a misdemeanor instead of a felony.
that the risks may outweigh the benefits of allowing guns to be carried on the university campus," Boswell said, adding that the university has a police force.
Without it, "I'm not sure I can ensure the safety of my kids," he said.
Kroeker reminded the House of the Second Amendment.
"I had no way of protecting myself," he said. "As soon as that incident happened, the chief of police said, 'You need to own a gun.'"
The House passed on first reading House Bill 103, which gives gun regulation to the state Legislature and not cities, towns or counties.
"I don't really like the bill but I think we've already made up our minds," he said. "So this is more of an exercise in government."
"We take an oath to protect the Constitution," he said.
Retired school principal Rep. Jerry Paxton, R Encampment, said the bill needs to be altered to allow school administrators to have input on who is carrying in their building.
"If someone wants to bring a second reading amendment, we can have a discussion about elementary and secondary schools," said Rep. Keith Gingery, R Jackson, a bill sponsor.
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The federal government has clearly infringed on the public's right to bear arms, he said.
The bill was amended to allow communities to prohibit the discharge of firearms to assist places like Sublette County, which prohibits discharging because of the large amount of migrating wildlife. Another amendment keeps guns and private property intact.
But that doesn't mean the bill will become law without changes.
The House gave initial approval to a bill that would make it a felony to enforce stricter federal gun regulations created after last month's elementary school shootings in Newtown, Conn. but not after discussion about the Civil War, Colorado and marijuana.
House Bill 105 was amended Wednesday to allow both concealed and open carry in schools as long as people have state issued concealed carry permits. As originally written, it only allowed concealed carry.
House Bill 104 would prohibit public servants from enforcing any federal law or presidential executive order that limits the size of magazines and firearms or ban semi automatic weapons measures President Barack Obama called for after the Connecticut shootings.
Wyoming House gives early nod to guns on school campuses
Gingery felt especially committed to allowing firearms at sporting events. The Teton County deputy attorney said a man once entered his office and held him hostage because he didn't like how Gingery was pursuing a case.
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