Medina County commissioners unanimously passed a resolution allowing concealed carry permit holders to carry a concealed handgun in county government building Tuesday.
The county is now in-line with the state law that was passed back in December of last year.
Some are opposed to the ruling. County Auditor Mike Kovack took issue with the resolution, saying he'll fight to ban guns on the third floor of the county admin building, where his offices are located.
In the state law, it is colleges, local governments, and others can decide whether to allow or not allow concealed handguns on their respective campuses.