In reference to Court facilities having to provide lockers -Quoting jk
§913. Possession of Firearm or Other Dangerous Weapon in Court Facility
"Facilities for checking firearms or other dangerous weapons.—Each county shall make available at or within the building containing a court facility by July 1, 2002, lockers or similar facilities at no charge or cost for the temporary checking of firearms by persons carrying firearms under section 6106(b) or 6109 or for the checking of other dangerous weapons that are not otherwise prohibited by law. Any individual checking a firearm, dangerous weapon or an item deemed to be a dangerous weapon at a court facility must be issued a receipt. Notice of the location of the facility shall be posted as required under subsection (d). (Chgd. by L.1999, Act 59, eff 2/15/00.)"
It is not in Philly, and Philly is the ONLY First Class City in PA which has different rules. Therefore, EVERY single other lcoation (other than Philly), is treated the same.Quoting jk
Words have meaning - ESPECIALLY in law. Can you tell me where the word "concealed" appears in "License to Carry Firearm"? That's right, it's not there. Do you think that was by accident? Think a bunch of legislators said "hey - let's change the name from Concealed Carry Weapons permit to Licenst To carry Firearms for no specific reason? There was a specific reason for the change. Why is irrelevant to this matter.Quoting jk
Yes. That is what I am saying. Let's say I am over at your house, JK, watching TV. You run out to the local 7-11 or whatever, and the cops come. They knock on the door and I answer the door, and they want to come inside and look around. Am I the authorized individual to grant or deny them permission? That's what I'm saying - the the individuals prohibiting me from exercising my rights were not the authorized individuals to make that demand.Quoting jk