Guns, books and Eyman don’t mix at the library

“Next week, a new rule takes effect in Seattle’s public libraries: You’re free to bring your gun into the stacks with you. The board of the library system voted last week to get rid of its long-standing ban on guns. The new rule says you can carry a gun, concealed or otherwise, into any Seattle library, as long as you don’t do it in a way that “demonstrates intent to intimidate another or that warrants alarm for the safety of other persons.” Why would a city as anti-gun as Seattle allow them at libraries, of all places?” (via The Seattle Times)

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