Luther Strange reviews complaints over ‘no guns allowed’ signs in Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and Clay

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Signs banning guns at various locations across the state have been removed following a series of complaints concerning possible unlawful prohibitions of firearms in Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and Clay, Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange said Monday.

no guns allowedSigns banning guns at the Tuscaloosa Public Library, Birmingham’s Boutwell Auditorium and Railroad Park and Clay City Hall have been removed after AG Strange reviewed and investigated each complaint, where appropriate, worked with the public entity to achieve compliance with state law. After the removal and assurances residents’ rights to carry would not be abridged, no further action was deemed necessary by Strange.

Strange’s Monday announcement is among nearly 30 similar statements he has made since July 2015 after investigating formal complaints about violations of Alabama’s firearms law by state government entities. Each complaint triggers a review from the state attorney general.

Tuscaloosa Public Library

The Attorney General’s Office reviewed a complaint that the Tuscaloosa Public Library failed to comply with Alabama law because it prohibited firearms. After the Attorney General communicated with the Tuscaloosa Public Library, the signs prohibiting firearms were removed. Because the signs are removed, the Attorney General has determined that no further action is required.

City of Birmingham

The Attorney General’s Office reviewed a complaint that the City of Birmingham failed to comply with Alabama law because it prohibited firearms at Boutwell Auditorium and Railroad Park. After the Attorney General communicated with the City, the signs prohibiting firearms were removed. Because the signs are removed, the Attorney General has determined that no further action is required.

City of Clay 

The Attorney General’s Office reviewed a complaint that the City of Clay failed to comply with Alabama law because it prohibited firearms at City Hall. After the Attorney General communicated with the City, the signs prohibiting firearms were removed. Because the signs are removed, the Attorney General has determined that no further action is required.

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