No, don't even think about it. You cannot bring a Super Soaker to the Republican or Democratic National Convention this summer and try to spray Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
But an actual gun? Sure.
That's because state law in both Florida and North Carolina, where the respective conventions will be held, both allow people to carry concealed weapons. That includes guns.
Tampa, the site of the Republican National Convention, has issued citywide bans on other miscellaneous items.
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