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    My freind wanted to go to the library which got me wondering if I could OC there, Isince I wasnt exactly sure, I figured it would be better to ask around here first.

    So, can we OC in a library? CPL?

    No CPL?

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    Why wouldn't you?

    http://www.mcrgo.org/mcrgo/view/news...amp;zoneid=100

    Its not about OC, but I think we have learned that we can OC in more places than CC, right? Well with a CPL, but I don't see anywhere prohibiting carry in Library's, except local ordinances, which don't matter because of preemption.

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    the library in ferndale was the basis of the preemption suit if i remember correctly.

    library's that are owned by a local unit of government are covered by preemption and unless they are also licensed to sell alcohol, you don't need a cpl to oc there. (that part about alcohol was my attempt at humor)




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    lapeer20m wrote:
    the library in ferndale was the basis of the preemption suit if i remember correctly.

    library's that are owned by a local unit of government are covered by preemption and unless they are also licensed to sell alcohol, you don't need a cpl to oc there. (that part about alcohol was my attempt at humor)



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    There is a library that serves alcohol? What a great idea. lol :quirky

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    I'm inthe Westlandlibrary right now OC with lots of people running and screaming in all directions. Seriously I'm in here about 3 times a week for the last year and only had one idiot make a comment and not to my face.

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    coderdude wrote:
    There is a library that serves alcohol? What a great idea. lol :quirky
    Here ya go, located in Houghton, not the imitation Houghton (Houghton Lake)

    http://www.travelblog.org/Photos/4072836
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    Yooper wrote:
    coderdude wrote:
    There is a library that serves alcohol? What a great idea. lol :quirky
    Here ya go, located in Houghton, not the imitation Houghton (Houghton Lake)

    http://www.travelblog.org/Photos/4072836


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    I thought so.

    Better safe than sorry, figured I could get a good answer if I asked.You guys have been such a big help to me, and it is appreciated. Thanks.


    Just to be clear,,,, if the librarian asks me to leave, I can refuse, correct?

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    stainless1911 wrote:
    I thought so.

    Better safe than sorry, figured I could get a good answer if I asked.**You guys have been such a big help to me, and it is appreciated. Thanks.


    Just to be clear,,,, if the librarian asks me to leave, I can refuse, correct?
    If it's public, you are correct.

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    stainless1911 wrote:
    My freind wanted to go to the library which got me wondering if I could OC there, Isince I wasnt exactly sure, I figured it would be better to ask around here first.

    So, can we OC in a library? CPL?

    No CPL?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9q2j...layer_embedded

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    Stainless,

    I really don't believe you have a firm enough grasp on law as it pertains to OC to OC and not inadvertently cross the line and get yourself jammed up.

    You carry to protect your child which is admirable but it's going to be very difficult to protect her when you're in jail because you goofed up.

    I wish you luck.

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    Thanks doug, thats why when I have a question, I wait, then try to look it up, or ask for an answer. I was right about librarys, but I wanted to double check.

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