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by cxm
Mon Oct 30, 2006 9:03 pm
Forum: Goals for 2007
Topic: What I would like to see
Replies: 40
Views: 9206

Public Accomodation

Well... limitations on property rights of "public accomodations" are well established at law... they must comply with ADA for example... fire codes, health codes and so on. Imposing restrictions on business is nothing new, and I honestly believe that if they had to provide for safe storage of weapons if they post, plus the strict liability we would see a lot less posting.

Just my view.

V/r

Chuck


txinvestigator wrote:
jrosto wrote:txinvestigator:



I agree in part. However, commercial property is NOT "open to the public". They can decide to not allow people in who do not wear shoes or shirts, or are not wearing a tie, etc. Shall we remove the rights of the owner to have these restrictions also?
by cxm
Sun Oct 29, 2006 6:57 pm
Forum: Goals for 2007
Topic: What I would like to see
Replies: 40
Views: 9206

Re: What I would like to see

Jeff,

If a business strips a person of their ability to defend themselves, that business should be strictly liable for any damages resulting from that action... just simple fair play.

A business is a public accomodation, and as such holds it's self as "open to the public" something well established at law. I don't object to a business prohibiting carry, but if they do they should have to make provision for the safe storage of any firearms a person carries... this of course is just "common sense" gun control... it is much safer than someone locking a gun in their car. I think this is the least we can do to protect "the churren" as Slick Willie used to say... and if it saves even one life... it must be worth while... I don't see how any sensitive person could possibly object to protecting childern.

I have managed quite large businesses, with large number of employees... actually I have over 30 years of very successful management experience. Is there a reason you ask? I still do management consulting in addition to expert witness testimony.

Anyway, I suspect we agree for the most part... it is just the details on which we differ.

Regards

Chuck


txinvestigator wrote:
cxm wrote:1. Stand Your Ground Law
2. Modify 30.06 to require any public accomodation that wants to post to provide secure lockers for storage of firearms.
3. Establish strict liability for any CHL holder who suffers loss or injury as a result of criminals in establishment posting.

FIWW

Chuck


You don't own your own business, do you?

You guys know I am a staunch CHL supporter, but the government should not interfere with a business right to control itself in this manner.
;-)
by cxm
Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:16 am
Forum: Goals for 2007
Topic: What I would like to see
Replies: 40
Views: 9206

What I would like to see

1. Stand Your Ground Law
2. Modify 30.06 to require any public accomodation that wants to post to provide secure lockers for storage of firearms.
3. Establish strict liability for any CHL holder who suffers loss or injury as a result of criminals in establishment posting.

FIWW

Chuck

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