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Old November 30, 2005, 12:59 PM   #1
Doug.38PR
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CHL instructors: Texas CCW in Hospital

Yesterday, I went to a hospital in Houston. I started to go in with my gun but saw a sign saying (Warning: State Law Prohibits the Carrying of firearms on these premises).
The night before I was reading about the law regarding churches, hosptials, nursing homes, etc.. For the hospital it did say you can't carry unless you have written permission. Signs are required but it shall not apply unless it falls under 30.06. Was this Warning sign a valid way to keep my gun out? How does the law work for hosptials?
I'm told unless it has the 30.06 language than it is not valid.
I figured I PROBABLY had the law on my side according to how I read the law in the manuel, but just to be safe, I put the gun back in the car.
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