Friday, February 7, 2014

School officials deeply troubled over guns appearing ON SIGNS BANNING GUNS

screenshot of required Illinois sticker found by way of Village of Oak Park IL

Administrators at a school in the South Suburbs of Chicago are up in arms over a state law (House Bill 0183) that requires schools to post small signs announcing that guns cannot be carried in schools.

The new law relates to a new concealed-carry license law, reports the SouthtownStar, a suburban newspaper. Schools in Illinois did not allow guns previously. Now, though, schools — and government agencies, liquor stores and certain other organizations — must post 4-by-6-inch stickers as visible reminders that guns are forbidden on premises.

Many schools in the Chicago area — and, presumably, other parts of the state — have already posted the small stickers in compliance with state law. Others expect to post them over the next couple weeks.


  1. Can we put such stickers on the homes of gun grabbers?

    1. I like that sign you put on your own property stating your neighbor's house is gun free. :)