A small paper sign on the specialty services building at Austin State Hospital asks visitors to voluntarily leave any handguns in their vehicles or to at least conceal the weapons. For years, the facility and the state’s nine other government-run psychiatric hospitals had a strict gun ban for their campuses.
A small paper sign on the specialty services building at Austin State Hospital asks visitors to voluntarily leave any handguns in their vehicles or to at least conceal the weapons. For years, the facility and the state’s nine other government-run psychiatric hospitals had a strict gun ban for their campuses. Tom Benning The Dallas Morning News
A small paper sign on the specialty services building at Austin State Hospital asks visitors to voluntarily leave any handguns in their vehicles or to at least conceal the weapons. For years, the facility and the state’s nine other government-run psychiatric hospitals had a strict gun ban for their campuses. Tom Benning The Dallas Morning News

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