A day after Dane County officials introduced a resolution that would ban concealed weapons in county buildings, Mayor Paul Soglin released a statement of his intent to enact an ordinance that would require written permission for gun owners to carry a weapon on private property in Madison.
“We will consider ordinances that give the property owners and lease holders a presumption that individuals may not bring firearms onto someone else’s property without their permission,” Soglin said in a press release.
The statement is a reaction to Senate Bill 90 which passed Tuesday. The bill heads to the Assembly next week and, if passed, would generally legalize concealed carry in Wisconsin unless property owners post signs indicating otherwise.
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