occva wrote:They may be non-profit but the money still pays the rent for the work space. This situation is no different than any other job. The people in charge can ban weapons if they like.I work for a non-profit organization that accepts about 1 million dollars from the state every year. Does this in anyway make it wrong for the corporationto prohibit the carry of firearms on their property?
Thanks for any info.
Just because the state pumps a few bucks their way.. they have no obligation to do anything the state may like. If I donated 'one billion dollars...' (DR Evil) and I only want attractive females to work there... it is not going to happen. They would be happy to take my cash but how they spend it and run the corporation is none of my business.
This might be a little different if I was a stock holder shelling out that much cash.