:agree:GeneticsDave said:It would seem that since the LDSBC is inside the Triad Center (?) and not primarily used as a house of worship, it wouldn't fall under the law. I am not a lawyer, so take this for what it's worth.
I agree. However, as utahbagpiper once explained in an excellent thread over on OCDO, it's probably not a good idea to OC in locations that are likely to irritate the church leadership. The church doesn't use its political muscle often, but it's enormously powerful in Utah. If someone in the right position gets concerned, the law could be changed to extend the range of the restriction, and maybe make the punishment more severe (misdemeanor rather than infraction). CC shouldn't bother anyone, though.mchlwise said:Since it defines a "house of worship" as a "building", I would interpret that to not include the grounds or anything other than the particular... building.
LDS Business Collegemarksman said:Quick question slightly OT. I'm lds but perhaps I'm ignorant. What is LDSBC.