North Carolina: Kure Beach Town Council Takes No Action on Second Amendment Item

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NRA - Institute for Legislative Action
NRA – Institute for Legislative Action

Fairfax, VA -( On Friday, April 22nd, the Kure Beach Town Council took no action on “guns in or on town property,” as council members showed no interest in taking on the subject.

Reports indicate that the only person interested in the discussion was Mayor Emilie Swearingen, who had the agenda item added. One council member indicated he would like more notification if the council is intending to take up contentious issues, and attendees from the community spoke out against any restrictions on law-abiding gun owners.

Thanks to all who responded to our alert by showing up last night, or by contacting members of the Kure Beach Town Council!

Your NRA-ILA will be sure to let you know if anything further develops on this front, but it appears that the Second Amendment, once again, has carried the day.

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