jfwright1955 wrote:To me the whole issue of no guns in postoffice buildings nor on their properties should be repealed in its entirety. However, I'd be fine with HB 246, which at least allows firearms to be stored in a vehicle on postoffice property while a person goes into the building. While not ideal, that's a step in the right direction so a person wouldn't have to leave a firearm at home.
As Snurd said, parking out on the street is usually not possible given the traffic and, often, the location. Plus, a vehicle is more likely to be broken into as savvy folks know if a vehicle is parked out on the street outside a postoffice it's likely because a person has left a firearm inside the vehicle.
Be interesting to see where this goes.
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