This is what i could find on itI have wondered if congressfolks were allowed to concealed carry to work with them. I know judges have the right to carry within their courthouses but have wondered if elected officials are allowed to carry to their offices and even while in session at their respective sites - HOR and Senate floors . . . .
Interesting! Thanks for that link.This is what i could find on it
Capitol Police: Members Of Congress Can Keep Guns In Their Offices | Breitbart
looks like, no to carrying, but yes to having one in the office, and transporting, as long as it is unloaded
I wouldn't draw a conclusion on current preparedness based on a 1954 (roughly 63 years ago) incident response or lack of it.The writing on the picture in the OP isn't quite accurate.
I'm not drawing a conclusion of current preparedness, I was simply referring to the statement that "there's never been a mass shooting attack on this building." In fact, I've read somewhere else that the 1954 shooting is what started to cause Congress to increase security in the building, and led to some of the security procedures we have today. Apparently politicians will act on something when it personally affects them sometimes. Who knew? :sarcasm:I wouldn't draw a conclusion on current preparedness based on a 1954 (roughly 63 years ago) incident response or lack of it.
There's always ONE isn't there. Can't just let things be. No, they have to go CONFUSE the issue with FACTS.The writing on the picture in the OP isn't quite accurate.