Posted April 7, 2015 12:16 am by Comments

By Tim

Photo courtesy of AP

Photo courtesy of AP

An attorney for a Florida gun-rights group has filed formal ethics complaints against the 10 university chiefs of police who testified against Rep. Greg Steube’s campus-carry bill.

The police chiefs appeared March 16 before the Senate Higher Education Committee in opposition to Senate Bill 176, a companion bill to Steube’s HB 4005, which would allow those with a valid concealed-carry license to carry firearms on campus.

Eric Friday, general counsel for Florida Carry Inc., filed the 10 complaints Monday with the Florida Commission on Ethics, accusing the police chiefs of failing to register as lobbyists and of …read more

Via:: GunsNFreedom

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