Lambeau officials consider new concealed carry law

Lambeau Field officials are trying to determine how the state’s

new concealed carry legislation will affect them.

The Wisconsin legislation allows the carrying of concealed

weapons but not in buildings owned or leased by the state.

Gov. Scott Walker is expected to sign the bill after July 4th

and the law is expected to go into effect in October or

November.

Pat Webb is the executive director of the Green Bay/Brown County

Professional Football Stadium District. Webb tells WLUK-TV

(http://bit.ly/iQftNF) he doesn’t know if the law officially

considers Lambeau a government building.

Green Bay Police Captain Paul Ebel says they are dissecting the

legislation and planning to consult with the city’s attorneys and

the Packers organization.

The NFL says guns are not allowed in any NFL stadium.

Information from: WLUK-TV, http://www.fox11online.com