CC in a post office?
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See U.S. v Dorosan from the 5th Circuit Court. It'll take another act of ...
February 21st, 2010 08:25 AM
Guns aren't even allowed in the parking lots of post offices.
See U.S. v Dorosan from the 5th Circuit Court. It'll take another act of Congress to repeal the regulation (just like the Natl. Park ban).
And, yes -- they cited Heller to justify the ban. Thanks, Scalia.
February 21st, 2010 09:58 AM
Originally Posted by Keltyke
Post offices do not vary from state to state. The are all federal building and not "state" buildings therefore federal law applies.
NO YOU CANNOT CARRY IN A POST OFFICE
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