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Aug 25, 2007
the meanest city in the stupidest state
The state AG has finally published guidance about signage, concealed vs. open restrictions, and the impact of signage. It's posted at http://www.ago.state.ms.us/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Opinion-to-Clarify-Gun-Carry.pdf

The only things that came as a surprise to me were: (1) enhanced carry permit holders can carry at a non-firearms-related school event, but not at a firearms-related school event (if there even is such a thing anymore); and (2) they seemed to ignore the conflict between enhanced permits and 97-37-17 (possession by students on educational property). I'm going to take the conservative approach and assume that 97-37-17 still trumps the enhanced permit, it was just outside the scope of the question for this particular opinion.

Happily, it came out the very day I delivered a letter to the county attorney regarding their illegal order banning firearms from all county property. (See "Another pre-emption holdout" thread for details on that)