If they did NOT have a CPL, you are correct, he was breaking the law...! I hope whoever it was finds this post and does not do it again, they could get seriously jammed up! :0I ran into someone open carrying at Meijers today, and in our conversation he stated he did not have a CPL. My local Meijers sells alcohol. Is he breaking the law? I thought according to this chart, you can not carry a gun on any establishment licensed by the Michigan liquor act. Unless you have a CPL or have the owners permission. Which he argued he did not have or need because alcohol is not Meijers main source of sales. I wish I would of had this chart today.
Yep, its a 234d violation, a misdemeanor, and an 8 year CPL revocation.If they did NOT have a CPL, you are correct, he was breaking the law...! I hope whoever it was finds this post and does not do it again, they could get seriously jammed up! :0
Thats how you get busted.That's what I thought even suggested this site to him and he said he knows what he needs to know. Geez..
The federal reserve bank is affiliated or part of the federal government as much as the federal express shipping co. or the federal amunition co. is part of the federal government. The federal reserve bank is in fact, nothing more than a privately held corporation owned by it's share holders, it's board of directors, and it's CEO. It basicaly has NOTHING to do with the federal government. Except, maybe, it's in the business of helping the federal government to legally launder vast amounts of misappropriated, and or miss-allocated funds. Just my 2 cents..RHHow about change federal bank to "federal reserve bank"?
Yer absolutely right Stainless, they can do that bein a private corporation an'all, that is their right. (not that I ever will find myself needin to be wanderin into any building labeled "federal reserve bank") So, It's not on my top ten list of concerns for today.420 huh,? I like it.
They could still invoke private property rights.