|Action||Promulgation of new regulation banning concealed firearms in executive branch agency offices|
|Comment Period||Ends 1/27/2016|
The governor's office has no authority to enact this ban by rule. Full stop.
Other commenters have raised excellent points about the failure of gun bans--especially in the face of the rising threats becoming more common as a result of insane "progressive" policy--but the foundational issue is that the governor's office has no authority to enact this ban by rule. The comments period must be extended to allow more of The Commonwealth's citizens to drive this point home.
Exercising power outside of what is authorized a public office is lawless tyranny, plain and simple. Speaking of tyranny and its just deserts, why is it that the official state seal no longer appears in the banners on state website pages?