Kansas City High Crime Westport Party District Wants To 'Privatize' Streets So They Can Strip Away Missouri Gun Rights From Patrons
Summer time prep for local party people . . . An interesting workaround against the spirit of the 2nd Amendment that sets a dangerous precedent and still needs City Council approval . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Businesses in Westport want to take control of certain streets. The bars and restaurants welcome customers in, but now they have a new plan to keep violence out. "We decided over the winter that with the gun law forming we needed to take a better step in protecting ourselves," said Bill Nigro, a Westport business owner.