Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- Libraries in your community, which are members of the Missouri Library Association, are seeking to restrict your ability to defend yourself and reverse the hard-won progress achieved with the passage of Senate Bill 656 back in 2016.
During their annual conference, the Missouri Library Association voted to include in its legislative agenda a desire to allow libraries to opt out of allowing law-abiding citizens to defend themselves while on their properties.
“Vicky Baker, president of the Missouri Library Association, feels libraries were inadvertently left out of the law.
Back in October, the membership of the Missouri Library Association voted at their annual conference on a legislative agenda that included a desire to have public libraries included in Chapter 571.107, the current concealed carry law. That would give library administrators the option to prohibit — or continue to allow — firearms on their properties, Baker said in an email.
Daniel Boone Regional Library Director Melissa Carr said the process for change has already begun.
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