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Workers can be armed in Mohave County building

KINGMAN, AZ (AP) -

The public can take guns into the Mohave County administration building in Kingman and now so can county workers.

The Board of Supervisors voted Monday to remove a prohibition on county workers taking guns into the building.

That follows the board's March decision to lift its ban on the public taking guns into the building.

Two supervisors expressed concern about the county's liability for allowing employees to have guns in the building, while another said employees would be sitting ducks if they can't have guns but other people can.

The meeting Monday was the board's first without an X-ray machine and metal detector at the building's entrance.

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