Well, that didn’t last long.
A bunch of anti-gun leftists efforts to make their public housing complex “gun free” ran smack dab into the Constitution as gun rights activists nationwide came down on the management like a ton of bricks.
Guess what? After an emergency meeting, they dropped their proposal.
That was embarrassing for those gun-hating twits.
CASTLE ROCK (9News) – A controversial gun policy at an apartment complex for seniors has been thrown out after a 9Wants to Know report.
The Douglas County Housing Partnership, a multi-jurisdictional housing authority, held an emergency board of directors meeting late Wednesday afternoon.
Board members decided that the policy, which would have prohibited residents from having firearms in their homes, will not go into effect.
The Douglas County Housing partnership owns Oakwood Apartments in Castle Rock. It was purchased with federal funds and is supported by local, state, and federal tax dollars.