Skip to comments.North Carolina Governor Vetos Volunteer Security in Churches Co-Located with Schools
Posted on 07/09/2020 6:04:05 AM PDT by marktwain
On 2 July, 2020, the Democrat Governor of North Carolina, Roy Cooper, vetoed Bill H652, also known as The Second Amendment Protection Act.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WHO HAS A CONCEALED CARRY HANDGUN PERMIT MAY CARRY A HANDGUN ON EDUCATIONAL PROPERTY THAT IS THE LOCATION OF BOTH A SCHOOL AND A PLACE OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP AND TO ENACT THE 2ND AMENDMENT PROTECTION ACT OF 2020.
H625 has three other mild and incremental reforms of North Carolina weapons law.
None of these reforms is a radical transformation of the law. They are reforms which make the law a bit less restrictive. The bill passed with veto-proof majorities in the North Carolina General Assembly.
On 25 June, the North Carolina House voted to pass H652, Yes-77, No-38, and 5-absent. On the same date, the North Carolina Senate voted Y-33, No-14, and 3 absent.
After Governor Cooper vetoed the bill on 2 July, the General Assembly received H652 back from the Governor the same day. H652 was placed on the calendar for a veto override vote in the House scheduled for 8 July, 2020.
A veto override requires 3/5ths vote of the members present, in both houses. In this case, the bill goes
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Fuggim and his mask "mandate".
They do what they think they need to do. I'll do the same.
Their petty squabbling over "rules" in a time of "selective rule of law" is irrelevant to me. d:^)
So he is ok with parishioners being unarmed, sitting ducks in the event of a democrat shooter coming into God’s house of worship and killing everyone?
If that happens and no one can defend themselves - because lets face it, rules and laws don’t apply to democrats and only Republicans are the law abiders here- then Cooper needs to be held legally and financially responsible.
I can just tell - nothing will be done about this. Fatigue
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