I have seen a hospital posted 30.06 and 30.07, but the letters was on the inside of tinted glass on windows that were 3 or 4 feet off to the side of the main double door entrance. It was visible, but the tinting meant it didn't really jump out at you. If there was foot traffic in and out such that you were watching where you were walking, I think most people wouldn't notice it.Soccerdad1995 wrote:LDB415 wrote:I'm late to the party and my gnat's attention span isn't going to cooperate with reading everything so apologies if it's covered. I believe the law needs to be amended so that it does only apply if one fails to leave after being requested to leave. Signage, even proper 30.06 signage, is not always adequate, especially when placed on glass. A couple of times I went about my business somewhere with automatic doors. They were open and I went in, as did numerous other people. On my way out, from the other side, with different/better lighting, and with the doors closed, the key factor, I saw the 30.06 on the doors. When they were open and viewed from the outside where they slid behind the fixed glass with signage, posters etc. they were not noticeable.
Actually, I take that back. The law should be amended to say that anyone having passed the complete vetting process for a CHL is allowed to carry anywhere at any time with no exceptions.
My philosophy is that you should be able to tell anyone to leave your property at any time and for any reason. But if you put out a general welcome by having a store, etc., then you need to actually tell people to leave. No conditional consent to entry like "you can come in as long as you preferred Ginger to Mary Anne, and if I find out otherwise, you are going straight to jail" or other bull like whether you are carrying a wallet, or a gun, that I can't even see.
BTW, it is not clear that white letters on clear glass meet the 30.06 signage requirement for "contrasting colors", and many folks would probably argue that a disappearing sign which may well be hidden behind a display because the doors slid open, does not meet the requirement for "conspicuously displayed".
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