The toy train discourages firearms aboard their fixed rail adventure. However, red state politicos have stepped up their work to advocate for the 2nd Amendment against the Prez Biden administration.
Sadly, the gun debate will become more important as the line extends into the often "volatile" Main Street corridor.
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Missouri bus riders and other public transportation users could bring guns with them under a bill advancing in the state House. The Republican-led chamber gave the proposal initial approval in a voice vote Wednesday. Currently, firearms and other dangerous weapons are not allowed on public transit.