By Jim Bowman
Harmon wanted a clear proposal banning handguns in all restaurants, but the version passed Friday allows guns to be carried into restaurants with no more than 50 percent of their sales from alcohol.
Harmon wanted the measure to prevent guns from being carried into any establishment where alcohol can be consumed. Restaurant owners, however, still have the prerogative to place signs stating that no guns are allowed on the premises.
And why hasn't he been telling us? Has he got specific restaurants in mind? I don't go out much, but am getting worried about this.
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