Current regulations require that on Army Corps of Engineer lands (often flood berms, wetlands, and reservoirs), someone wishing to carry a firearm who is not hunting (so defensive use) must have written permission.
Here is the proposal.
After lawsuits and settlement over Second Amendment rights, the ACE has finally proposed doing away with the regulation. This is necessary to "take the law off the books", absent an act of Congress. When this method was abbreviated during the Bush administration to open National Parks to defensive carry, activist lawsuits basically undid the repeal of the regulation, which necessitated jamming a repeal onto an unrelated bill in Congress.
Anyway, what this proposal would do is subject carrying on ACE land to existing federal, state, and local law. That makes it consistent with most other federal lands, like National Parks, which follow local laws (except in buildings, then federal law applies).
So this is a good thing.
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