Parking Lot Bill and sites on the Ship Channel

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Re: Parking Lot Bill and sites on the Ship Channel

Postby LTUME1978 » Fri Jun 10, 2011 12:44 pm

rp_photo,

I appreciate your comment about not bringing the topic up but that won't work here. There is a company policy that prohibits firearms in the parking lot. One can bring them in but if you get caught, you are terminated (not an option I would like to explore). I am hoping that a happy place can be found where all employees that work on the ship channel will be able to enjoy the benefits of the new parking lot bill.

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Re: Parking Lot Bill and sites on the Ship Channel

Postby snorri » Sat Jun 11, 2011 7:43 pm

rp_photo wrote:Godwin's Law is also a factor: "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 100%"

He didn't call them Nazis. It sounded like he was quoting the NRA's Wayne LaPierre.

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Re: Parking Lot Bill and sites on the Ship Channel

Postby tacticool » Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:35 pm

LTUME1978 wrote:I was all excited to hear that the parking lot bill passed and was discussing that with one of the managers at our refinery. He mentioned that the new law would be invalid for us as our refinery is on the Houston Ship Channel and the Coast Guard would prohibit us from having any weapon in our vehicle in the parking lot (we must have TWIC cards at our site and that applies to any site on the Ship Channel).

When it goes into effect, the Texas law will not override Federal law. The key questions will be the location of the parking lot and if any real Federal laws prohibit guns in private vehicles in that parking lot. Not knowing where you work, I couldn't even begin to hazard a guess.
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