If Tampa’s proposed rules for the Republican National Convention are passed, protesters could not bring squirt guns into a designated protest zone.
But they could bring real guns if they have concealed weapons permits.
That’s because state law does not allow local governments to enact laws regulating guns, City Attorney Jim Shimberg Jr. said.
“Even if we tried to regulate it, it would be null and void,” Shimberg said Monday.
But later, city attorneys removed the ban on guns after finding that Florida Statute 790.33 prohibits local governments from enacting any laws on the sale, purchase, transfer, taxation, manufacture, ownership, possession, storage or transportation of guns or ammunition.
Source: Richard Danielson for Tampa Bay Times
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by Tactical-Life.com / Apr 3, 2012