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Old December 1, 2012, 11:18 PM   #30
shortwave
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2-If you are in an establishment which forbids employees and/or customers from having CCWs, and a crime occurs which results in harm (or worse) to an employees and/or customers....does one not have the right to sue said establishment for infringing on the individual's constitutional right to self protection, despite company policy?
As Brian stated:
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3)You can sue for anything you want, but you'll lose.
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...and the reason you would loose is when you as an employee found out your company had a 'no gun policy', you chose to stay.
Too, as a patron to a business, you also voluntarily entered said business walking past the 'No Gun' sign.
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