Supporters of the bill said that simply posting a sign with a drawing of gun with a red slash mark through it will not stop people with ill-intent from entering any building, and people should have a right to protect themselves.David Wallis, who served in the Marines for 20 years, said itās appalling that his government seems to deem him a threat when he goes on a college campus or enters a public building. He said criminals arenāt likely to obey a sign with a drawing of a gun and a red slash mark though it.

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