North Carolina gun laws

Local News
5:00 am
Wed November 13, 2013

Gun Advocacy Group Turns Focus To 'No Gun' Restaurants

A sign posted at The Smokin' Cue in Charlotte
Credit Kevin Kniestedt

A controversial gun law took effect on October 1. It lets people with concealed permits carry their handgun into bars and restaurants that serve alcohol…as long as they don’t drink any. Owners of restaurants and bars that don’t want guns in their business must post a sign.

And those who have posted signs have drawn the ire of the gun-rights group Grass Roots North Carolina.

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Local News
9:55 am
Mon July 29, 2013

NC Explainer: Gun Legislation

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A wide variety of North Carolina laws are poised to change, including where you can carry guns, what you need to vote and which clinics can provide abortions.

The changes are the result of the legislative session that ended last week. It was the first in more than a century in which Republicans controlled both the General Assembly and the governor's mansion. And they shook things up.

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