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Discussion in 'Texas Concealed Handgun (CHL)' started by Guy Fawkes, Sep 1, 2019.
That is an aggressive interpretation.
Used to go to a church that rented space from a theater that was legally 51%.
We’d leave before noon on Sunday.
Laws were changed that allowed firearms in a church if they allowed you too. The change was poorly written by the legislature. This change clarifies the issue
Carrying in a bar is unlawful. Sounds like an aggressive action.
No it's not. Just 51% bars.
Actually bar defines the 51% rule. If only 50% or less of their income is derived from the sale or service of alcoholic beverages then they are not a bar
I thought bar was just a term? Kind of like you can walk into a restaurant and sit at the bar of a non 51% establishment, but it can still offer you all the beverages that a bar is known for. Sometimes the "bar" even refers to the tables surrounding the bar like when I went to Logan's last night and didn't want to wait to be seated, so I just told them I'd grab a table at the bar. It was just a table in a non 51% restaurant, without the wait.
There's a bar, which by definition makes its money selling alcohol.
There are businesses which sell alcohol, possibly at a bar in the business, but derive a majority of their money selling other things.
If I say " you cant carry a a bar", who doesn't know what that means?
That's not what you said. You said
I just pointed out other places are also called a bar that are not 51%.