Government owned buildings
I see this question come up on here when someone asks if they can carry in different buildings in their city or State.
"Does the government own the building?"
Then they say is it is government owned you are barred from carrying a weapon. Is this the way it works in most States?
Oklahoma law reads..
Thus I am led to believe that public restrooms in parks, buildings leased to private organizations and any other public building not used for the purpose of conducting government business is not restricted from the carry of weapons.
1. Any structure, building, or office space which is owned or leased by a city, town, county, state, or federal governmental authority for the purpose of conducting business with the public;
Many of our gun shows are held in buildings owned by government agencies. My gun club rents a city owned building for its meetings.
Yet when you look online for information regarding whether or not you may carry in a building in Oklahoma they say if its government owned it is illegal to carry. They leave out the part where it says the building must be used in conducting business with the public. Most here believe that means government business.
What are the laws in your State? Do they read like the Oklahoma laws do?