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North Carolina Pushing The 2nd Amendment In Everyone's Face

Under a bill approved Wednesday by the North Carolina House, elected officials would be allowed to carry a firearm in government buildings, courts and other restricted areas.

Local prosecutors, judges and court workers already receive special exemptions to state rules that prohibit concealed permit holders from bringing guns to schools, parades and funerals; to any state and federal government buildings, or to any establishments where alcohol is served. Local sheriffs issue permits that last five years. Recipients have to receive special training.

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