USPS Unable To Ban Guns in Their Parking Lots

According to a Denver Post report, a Federal Court has ruled that the United States Post Office violated a man’s rights when they banned firearms in their parking lot.

The judge upheld the ban on firearms within Post Office buildings themselves, but said the same ban cannot apply to a gun a left in a car in the parking lot.

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  1. So would this ruling have any applicability to the Department of Defense were individuals are not even allowed to have a firearm in their vehicle unless they are going to-from an authorized target range on the installation? Under current DoD policy–delegated down to individual installation commanders–employees that live off the installation cannot have a firearm if they are on the installation and there is no place they can leave their firearm at the entrances to the installations. As a result, they have to go unarmed during their commute to-from work. It would seem that the same rationale the Federal Court applied to the USPS would also apply for DoD?

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