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Gun-free zones in Alabama’s public buildings have been vanishing since the passage of a 2013 open-carry law, and so far no city or county has been willing to go to court to keep a gun-free zone in place.

“No-guns” signs have come down in airport lobbies, libraries and public parks across the state after gun-rights activists filed complaints with Attorney General Luther Strange over the past year.

Capitol & statewide reporter Tim Lockette: 256-294-4193. On Twitter @TLockette_Star.