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    The poll asks if people should be allowed to carry in state owned buildings.

    at courierpress.com.

    1) No

    2) Yes, openly.

    3) Yes, concealed

    I chose concealed because it would be the least amount ofinfringement.

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    Twisted illogic, 'specially here on OCDO

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    Superlite27 wrote:
    The poll asks if people should be allowed to carry in state owned buildings.

    at courierpress.com.

    1) No

    2) Yes, openly.

    3) Yes, concealed

    I chose concealed because it would be the least amount ofinfringement.
    What poll? Where?
    And why would you expect any answer other than #2 on a board called Open Carry Dot Org?
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    Because many people in many states can carry openly. Since carrying concealed would require further restrictions on the right to carry, questions regarding whether or not people should be allowed to carry concealed or openly would be better served by answering "concealed".

    For instance: If everyone were allowed to carry there openly, people who carried concealed would FACE A REQUIREMENT to uncover their weapons. Whereas, if concealed carry were allowed. EVERYONE would be able to enter however they wanted to because open carry is already legal.

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    That question is very poorly worded. What about, "Yes."

    Here's a direct link to the poll. Click on "vote in this poll" if you wish to vote.

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    The poll I see says for option 3 - that it can be concealed (with permit no doubt), and option 2 - must be OC

    As much as I like OC, I think I should be allowed to carry in any legal manner, including CC if I have a permit.

    Though, it would be nice to force all those CCers who think you should never OC to OC on occasion, either to win converts or just to screw with their minds. (both reasons are good in my mind)

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    Should Hoosiers be allowed to carry a gun in state buildings?

    Thanks for your vote.No 28% 125 votes
    Yes, but it must be visible 7% 34 votes
    Yes, and it can remain concealed 64% 286 votes
    445 total votes
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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    AbNo wrote:
    Should Hoosiers be allowed to carry a gun in state buildings?

    Thanks for your vote.No 28% 125 votes
    Yes, but it must be visible 7% 34 votes
    Yes, and it can remain concealed 64% 286 votes
    445 total votes
    Yes, it appears to have been edited since the OP, to "and it can remain concealed."

    If one be allowed to carry a gun in a state builting and it can be concealed seems to allow open carry.

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    Superlite27 wrote:
    The poll asks if people should be allowed to carry in state owned buildings.

    at courierpress.com.

    1) No

    2) Yes, openly.

    3) Yes, concealed

    I chose concealed because it would be the least amount ofinfringement.

    I vote yes, although in Michigan you can carry in a state building. Only the state employees are not allowed to have a firearm (unless authorized by the director of their departments, LEO, CO, etc.)while on duty. So a state employee can't have a weapon while he is working, but can carry in the building while off duty, go figure.

    An Amazon best seller "MY PARENTS OPEN CARRY" http://www.myparentsopencarry.com/

    *The information contained above is not meant to be legal advice, but is solely intended as a starting point for further research. These are my opinions, if you have further questions it is advisable to seek out an attorney that is well versed in firearm law.

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