Post Office Law Suit to Repeal Carry Rule

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Re: Post Office Law Suit to Repeal Carry Rule


Post by WildRose » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:01 pm

I know this is a subject that isn't likely to reach a resolution sooner rather than later but the issue should be cut and dried.

Does a citizen have to surrender their rights protected by the BOR or any other federal civil rights laws in order to enter a post office?

IF all are not forfeit in doing so how can we justify the denial of any of them under the same circumstances?

All of the statistics kept show that licensed carriers are the single least likely segment of the population to commit any crime, much less a violent crime so the "public safety interest" exception holds no water at all.
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