Wife wants to take the kids there. I saw on their website that many things are prohibited including weapons. Anyone go there lately? Notice any signage that legally keeps us from concealing?
Well that would be good to know for sure because from what I can tell from the bill being submitted in Texas (that's all I could find. couldn't find the current bill) the zoo only meets 3 of the 7 qualifications for an amusement park. However if HB 3218 is passed looks like at lot more things will be legal. But I'm trying to find what they will replace it with because they are lining out hospitals as well. I haven't known it to be legal for anyone to conceal in any hospital anywhere. Unless it's a tactic to get people to freak out over concealing in a hospital in hopes to get them to miss the details they want passed.
83(R) HB 3218 - Introduced version - Bill Text
Last edited by jwarrenjr; 02-17-2014 at 11:56 AM. Reason: didn't make sense
It has been a long time since I've read the existing Texas state laws, but I think it is legal to conceal carry in any hospital that does not have a legal 30.06 sign posted.
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Yes, you can carry in the El Paso zoo if it isn't posted 30.06. If it's owned by the city then they aren't allowed to post a 30.06, and you could legally carry anyway if they did. No they are not an amusement park as defined by state law.