NOTTINGHAM, N.H. --
If you're a town employee in Nottingham, you can now bring your gun to work.
Town selectmen voted on the new policy last week, but it's still the subject of intense debate.
No other town in Rockingham County allows employees to carry guns at work, but Nottingham town leaders said it's a matter of constitutional rights.
"You don't want the employees to feel like second-class citizens," said Town Manager Charles Brown. "All regular citizens can do that, if permitted, so why shouldn't an employee be able to do that?"
Not knowing his other politics, I would probably vote for Mr. Brown in any election. Any politician who admits to there being a "Second Class" of citizens, probably understands what personal freedom means.