This isn’t a rule that will affect her properly disarmed constituents, so I don’t get why she cares:
“I never thought I’d see the day when the Interior Department of the United States would allow weapons – including concealed weapons – to be carried freely in our national parks and wildlife refuges. To me, this is appalling, and puts both people and animals at risk.
Don’t worry Diane, California prohibits guns in parks.Â You won’t be able to carry there, since you’re so upset about this.
This change makes no sense. It would create an incoherent, ineffective, and inconsistent patchwork of policies – across the country, and in some places within the same national parks. For example, Death Valley National Park is in California and Nevada. California prohibits loaded and accessible weapons in its state parks. Nevada does not. So which state law would apply at Death Valley National Park?
It’s pretty simple.Â The portion of the park in Nevada follows Nevada law.Â The portion in California follows California law.Â I thought that was pretty clear in the rule.