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    I have an older disabled person that I help from time to time. She resides in property owned by the Housing Authority. I have not been there since I started to OC. Well, she called the other day needing some boxes brought up from the basement.

    Theapartmentthat she rents is owned by the Housing Authority. Would that be considered a government building?

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    BROKENSPROKET wrote:
    I have an older disabled person that I help from time to time. She resides in property owned by the Housing Authority. I have not been there since I started to OC. Well, she called the other day needing some boxes brought up from the basement.

    Theapartmentthat she rents is owned by the Housing Authority. Would that be considered a government building?
    I can't say for sure, but this article touches on the subject somewhat:

    http://www.nraila.org/legislation/read.aspx?id=5368
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    Yeah, Delaware, Dover, Newark and Wilmington.

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