A decision by organizers of the Norman Music Festival to ban weapons during the upcoming three-day event in the Oklahoma college town prompted a lawsuit Wednesday by a gun rights group whose members want to carry their firearms at the outdoor concert.
The Oklahoma Second Amendment Association filed a lawsuit in Cleveland County seeking to stop the ban from taking effect during the free festival on April 23-25 in a four-block area of downtown. The association claims the city has no right to prohibit people with a gun license from carrying conceale...
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