North Carolina Gun Rights Group to Sue Over CCW Signs

Grass Roots North Carolina sent a letter to the Raleigh City Council this week, requesting an update to the signs now that state law allows concealed-carry permit holders to bring guns to playgrounds, greenways and college campuses.

“Due to costs associated with and the potential of this coming up again, we are not going to replace all signs at once,” Raleigh parks director Diane Sauer wrote to a Grass Roots member. “As signs are replaced (age or damage) or new signs are added, we will include updated information.”

“I find that disingenuous,” Grass Roots North Carolina president Paul Valone said. “It’s not too expensive – you don’t have to replace them or anything, just take them down.”


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