Scott Walker wants to lift gun ban at military recruiting offices

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says a ban on carrying guns at military recruiting centers should be eliminated.

Walker made the comments Friday during a campaign event in Iowa, when asked about how to reduce gun violence.

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Earlier in the event, Walker asked for a moment of silence for the four Marines who died in a shooting rampage in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

One of the victims was a Marine who grew up in Grantsburg, Wisconsin. The Marine Corps identifies him as Sgt. Carson Holmquist. His service included a deployment to Afghanistan.

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