jhutto wrote:Can someone post the text of this change in the travelling law?
Just for clarity, it is NOT a modification of the "traveling" portion of the law, except to take it back to its basic exception.
What HB1815 does is to actually modify PC 46.02 at the beginning so that the carrying as described above is not illegal...without regard to the "traveling" exception.
This is a MUCH stronger statement and it will be very difficult to be inventively interpreted by DA Rosenthal et al. They just used the previous "traveling exceptions" wording and made it an integral part of PC 46.02 rather than as a modification of "traveling".
To make this illegal, now, they would risk making carrying on your own property and law enforcement carry illegal as it now has equal weight in the code.
I am not an attorney and anything is possible, so I will await Chas's interpretation.