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Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by golddigger14s, Apr 26, 2018.
It passed Senate committee!
Wish I could click that action link
It's a screenshot lol. I usually mess up the copy paste thing.
Good to know I'm not the only one that can't paste and crap.
FWIW, the guy who taught my SDA class (not long after the SDA passed) was an administrator at a hospital. He said that their legal counsel had reviewed it, and found that they could be held liable for injuries if they posted "no carry" because by depriving a citizen of his ability to defend himself they assumed responsibility for the person's safety.
He said they decided to go ahead with posting despite this, because they employed professional security personnel to mitigate the risk.
Hmmm.... doctor's offices seem to be the most likely place you'll see a no guns sign, but unless it's a bigger clinic or hospital, smaller offices almost never have security guards that I've seen?
That makes sense to me. I know many of the businesses that prohibit firearms, my company as well, do it because the insurance company requires it. We have gotten around it by our policy stating “without authorization”. Loosely interpreted, a concealed carry permit is authorization.
I wish the insurance companies could be held liable for the safety of building occupants if they require a company to post no firearms or have a policy against firearms in the workplace. I imagine they would quit that nonsense if the liability was transferred to them. At that point it would be the sole decision of the property owner to post or not post.
Any one have an idea of a "normal" time delay if there is one for this to get on the Senate docket?
Delays usually occurs because of house or senate committee amendments. That didnt happen in either committee this time. They could hold a senate vote as early as monday. Unlikely to be tomorrow and they are adjourned on Fridays.
Not at mine!