Iowa Senate Bill Would Oulaw Guns on Anti-Gun Businesses

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An Iowa Gun Grabber that goes by the name Joe Bolkom, who also happens to be one of the privileged political class members of the Iowa State Senate, has introduced a gun grabbing bill (because that’s what gun grabbers do) to criminalize carrying firearms on business property where the property owners have put up signs saying they don’t want guns on ther business.
The best that this bill would accomplish, if it did pass, is assure that gun grabbing business owners lose business, as they should.

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Bill would make it illegal to carry gun in business with sign banning weapons

A Iowa lawmaker has introduced a bill that would make it a crime for people carrying a gun to enter a building that has a sign posted banning dangerous weapons.

Sen. Joe Bolkcom, D-Iowa City, said he is sponsoring Senate File 2025 at the request of business owners in Johnson County, intending to protect Iowans who operate bars, restaurants and grocery stores. The measure has drawn opposition from Second Amendment advocates.

“This puts the rights of those business owners on par with the rights of people who carry concealed weapons in Iowa,” Bolkcom said. “I just think it is important that the property rights of people are respected. This bill … would basically level the playing field.”

 

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