FL Gov. Rick Scott visit gun-free by request

by Matt Reed, Florida Today  |  published on December 27, 2013

Rick Scott

Brevard now has two places where people who carry firearms have politely been asked to leave their weapons outside:

  • Starbucks.
  • Invitation-only business luncheons with Gov. Rick Scott.

The governor met Friday with 18 local entrepreneurs and government leaders at the Harbor City Diner in West Melbourne. Beforehand, county legislative aide David Isnardi sent an email to invitees asking, “If you have a concealed weapon permit, please refrain from carrying Friday at lunch. That really makes the security detail nervous.”

It was neither a ban nor a policy from Tallahassee, Isnardi said. No one actually feared that manufacturing CEO Carol Craig or West Melbourne Mayor Hal Rose might come unhinged and pull a piece on Gov. Scott.

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