I "might" have enough clear ink jet printable self adhesive sticker material to make 120 4x5 stickers.The stickers are an interesting idea since there is no regulation about size or font.
Why you leave us in suspense?
No. The bill doesn't say it has to be posted signage. That is mentioned in the bill as one of the options. But the owner or owner's agents of Walmart's buildings can give permission to employees as well as the public who are buying guns, without needing to post and allow the general public who are not purchasing a firearm to possess firearms on the premises. As much screwed up as this law is, that's relatively clear in the bill.So, if Walmart does not post a "Firearms welcome" sign, would they then have to divest the store of the firearms they would sell?
Apparently they can't "Walk and chew bubble gum at the same time" as someone thought they could, eh?There were bills introduced during the session that supporters said would have addressed illegal guns; the Violent Firearms Offender Act was pushed off again this year, a bill seeking to crack down on repeat violent offenders and repeat trigger pullers, though the legislation failed to gain traction. Another bill seeking to make the theft of a firearm a felony didn’t move out of committee.
§6–301.What's the penalty for placing a conspicuous sticker at the entrance of every building you enter stating "you may exercise your 2a rights here"? What would the left do? They would make this unenforceable by placing "carry allowed here" stickers EVERYWHERE. That way it's fairly impossible to argue anyone carrying in to the building is knowingly improperly doing it. Seems like a great way to let a 1a activity protect the 2a.
Dave, my eyes read those words about not needing a gun in a hospital.Apparently they can't "Walk and chew bubble gum at the same time" as someone thought they could, eh?