Now, You Can't Ban Guns at Many Public Schools 

In a decades-long campaign to deny cities the power to regulate guns, even the smallest local rules are now coming under attack

If you feel unsafe at a public pool in Charleston, W.Va., you may soon have the right to lie there on a towel with a handgun at your side.For 20 years, Charleston has been an island of modest gun restrictions in a…

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