Federal buildings, like a Post Office, Court House, etc..
Schools & University Grounds.
Establishments that sell liquor by the drink....I've heard that some establishments might post a sign that CC is prohibited in their business.QUOTE]
Ditto for MN, except for carrying in bars. In MN you can carry in bars as long as you aren't drinking heavily. You're allowed .04 BAC when carrying. Evidently some MN legislator wanted to be able to have a drink with dinner and still be able to carry so they wrote that part into the law.
Here in MN there are a lot of places that post signs on their doors banning guns. It is only a $25 fine if you get caught, so it wouldn't deter me from entering if I wanted to. I'd much rather keep my weapon concealed and violate their gun ban than turn around and return to my car and reveal my weapon to some thief as I put it in my car and leave it there.
It looks like www.packing.org bit the dust and went under, try this site, it's very helpful as well. http://handgunlaw.us/try www.packing.org look up Texas for restrictions...like where liquor is sold
if you need it and can't get to it. b/c its in your trunk....then CCW IS needed!Is conceal carry really needed? I can see keeping a pistol in the trunk. Just curious.
One reason why we have fanny packs, unless the resort intervenes with it's own rules.Nudist colonies!