Lesson #09: Concealed-carry in a post office may lead to rude awakening

There is considerable confusion over whether an Ohio Concealed Handgun Licensee (CHL) can carry a concealed firearm at the post office. This confusion mostly centers around the wording on the signs posted at the post office.Attorney Ken Hanson has this to say of his examination of this issue:"I do not want to be right about the answer to this question, because I see no problem with a CHL carrying in a post office. However, I think some of the information/discussion going on in forums has the potential to expose the Ohio CHL to a rude awakening."

Hanson's piece can be accessed here: Concealed-carry in a post office may lead to rude awakening.

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