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HOUSTON — A change at the Houston Zoo is getting a lot of attention, and it’s not because of a new animal. It is because of something now missing from the entrance to the park.
“Why would you want to bring a gun to the zoo? I mean that’s kind of crazy,” said Damian Manuel, a zoo visitor.
The city of Houston recently required the “No Guns” signs to be removed.
“I probably won’t be coming here anymore, but probably bad for them,” said Anna Runge, a zoo visitor.
Even though the zoo is privately owned, a local gun rights attorney pointed out the zoo sits on city owned land. Being on public land means the zoo cannot ban guns on the property.
“I hunt and everything, so I’m not going to hurt someone with a gun,” said John, a zoo patron. “If you feel more secure with a gun, carry a gun.”
Most people KHOU talked to said it makes them feel uneasy to have their children around people possibly armed.
“You just never know these days. I’d feel safer going somewhere where it’s restricted but what can you do,” said Felica Manuel, a zoo patron.
But some felt it’s …read more
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