Oklahoma Attorney General issues opinions about guns on school, prison grounds
Tuesday, December 14th 2004, 10:07 am
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Opinions from Attorney General Drew Edmondson say people might be allowed to carry guns onto school and prison property, in certain situations.
Edmondson says schools can't prohibit a person from carrying a gun or knife used for hunting or fishing if it's displayed in a vehicle used to drive a student to and from school. He says the vehicle can not be left unattended on school property.
Edmondson also says anyone with a state Self-Defense license can have a gun in a prison parking area if it's an area where there are no prisoners.
The opinions were requested by state schools Superintendent Sandy Garrett and Corrections Department Director Ron Ward.