• Philbrook to deny permitless carry on property despite upcoming Oklahoma law

    By: Ryan Love

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    TULSA, Okla. - The Philbrook Museum in midtown Tulsa is making it known Monday that the implementation of the upcoming permitless carry law will not bring a change to their policy on firearms.

    The Philbrook tweeted out a statement from Director Scott Stulen on Monday saying the museum and its additional properties will remain gun-free.

    The permitless carry, or "constitutional carry" bill becomes law on November 1 despite the effort of petitioners and opposing legislators.

    It will allow people to carry firearms without a background check or training.


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