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#241 Lou

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Posted 02 September 2015 - 01:55 PM

Does anyone invest with a local Edward Jones branch? I don’t typically frequent my broker’s office, but happened to stop in for some paperwork. I noticed he had posted the IL no firearms sign on his door. So went to another EJ office here in town and there also was posted.

I reviewed the list of forbidden zones and cannot come up with anything that would indicate that this type of office is “required” to post.

Does anyone else invest with these guys and does anyone know if it is their choice to be posting or is it required, something I’m possibly missing in the list?

 

 

It's corporate policy that ALL Edward Jones offices get posted.  I will not do business with them.


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Posted 02 September 2015 - 04:26 PM

It's quite funny. I helped out at my Daughters schools 'Fathers Forum' last year. They had their meetings at an unposted location, so I carried every time. The guy leading it manages an Edward Jones location. He was so anti that even if it wasn't corporate policy, I'm certain he would have posted it himself! If only he knew what was in my pocket the whole time.....

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Posted 02 September 2015 - 05:03 PM

Several Edward Jones locations in Illinois appear on the Posted! site.  You can search for specific locations.

 

http://www.rightapp....layIllinois.php



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Posted 05 April 2016 - 06:06 PM

I had occasion to be in this building today.  It's a health-plex that houses various medical practices.  There is a convenient-care clinic on site.  On the surface it appears to be owned by the Genesis health group (which operates hospitals in Iowa).  Yet, it is not posted.  I fully expected to see the compliant sign and was going to photograph it for the Posted app.

 

So, are they unposted in violation of Illinois statute, or are they not a "hospital affiliate" despite sharing the name and logo of a hospital.

 

ETA site's web page:  http://www.genesishe...profile/?id=678


Edited by Blackbeard, 05 April 2016 - 06:06 PM.

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Posted 05 April 2016 - 11:00 PM

I had occasion to be in this building today.  It's a health-plex that houses various medical practices.  There is a convenient-care clinic on site.  On the surface it appears to be owned by the Genesis health group (which operates hospitals in Iowa).  Yet, it is not posted.  I fully expected to see the compliant sign and was going to photograph it for the Posted app.
 
So, are they unposted in violation of Illinois statute, or are they not a "hospital affiliate" despite sharing the name and logo of a hospital.
 
ETA site's web page:  http://www.genesishe...profile/?id=678

None of their Illinois facilities are compliant, even the Genesis Silvis Hospital campus, formerly known as Illini Hospital. They have been made aware of the law, and their posting requirements. They just don't seem to care.

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Posted 06 April 2016 - 11:18 AM

 

I had occasion to be in this building today.  It's a health-plex that houses various medical practices.  There is a convenient-care clinic on site.  On the surface it appears to be owned by the Genesis health group (which operates hospitals in Iowa).  Yet, it is not posted.  I fully expected to see the compliant sign and was going to photograph it for the Posted app.
 
So, are they unposted in violation of Illinois statute, or are they not a "hospital affiliate" despite sharing the name and logo of a hospital.
 
ETA site's web page:  http://www.genesishe...profile/?id=678

None of their Illinois facilities are compliant, even the Genesis Silvis Hospital campus, formerly known as Illini Hospital. They have been made aware of the law, and their posting requirements. They just don't seem to care.

 

 

Which is strange because their Iowa campuses do have "no guns" signs on them (obviously not the Illinois sign).  So we know it's not that they're friendly to CCW.


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Posted 12 February 2017 - 11:51 AM

I've carried everyday in Chicago for almost two weeks now. I've been presently surprised that I've only had to disarm once and that was to enter my sons high school which was NOT posted (yet).

I've transported legally on CTA trains and buses. While technically disarming, it's still within reach if required.

All in all not too bad so far. Just my two cents.

How do you do this?  How is it possible to legally carry on public transportation?


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Posted 12 February 2017 - 03:32 PM

you can't legally carry a concealed handgun as a civilian on public transportation under IL's CCL laws.  

 

"Concealed firearm" means a loaded or unloaded handgun carried on or about a person completely or mostly concealed from view of the public or on or about a person within a vehicle.

 

he has transported the firearm abiding to FOID regulations.   encased and unloaded.  



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Posted 12 February 2017 - 06:01 PM

I've carried everyday in Chicago for almost two weeks now. I've been presently surprised that I've only had to disarm once and that was to enter my sons high school which was NOT posted (yet).I've transported legally on CTA trains and buses. While technically disarming, it's still within reach if required.
All in all not too bad so far. Just my two cents.

How do you do this?  How is it possible to legally carry on public transportation?
Plus that's almost three years old now.
Wonder if he's still doing it?

Edited by Bubbacs, 12 February 2017 - 06:02 PM.


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Posted 14 February 2017 - 06:42 PM

I stopped using Uber and Lyft, deleted the apps off my phone due to their unfair No Firearm policy for riders. 

 

https://www.uber.com...tion-policy/en/

 

 

https://help.lyft.co...Safety-Policies



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Posted 14 February 2017 - 06:52 PM

I stopped using Uber and Lyft, deleted the apps off my phone due to their unfair No Firearm policy for riders. 
 
https://www.uber.com...tion-policy/en/
 
 
https://help.lyft.co...Safety-Policies


Not really within the scope of the locations prohibited in law, though - just company policy.

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 12:23 PM

Is there a condensed version that runs down the list? I like to read this from time to time to refresh my memory, but it is a long list full of legal jargon and quite wordy. A condensed version would be great for those on the go or in a hurry so they can quickly reference what is legal and illegal.

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 12:28 PM

Is there a condensed version that runs down the list? I like to read this from time to time to refresh my memory, but it is a long list full of legal jargon and quite wordy. A condensed version would be great for those on the go or in a hurry so they can quickly reference what is legal and illegal.

Section 65 of the FCCA is probably about the most condensed you're going to get, and the legal jargon matters as it specifies buildings, real property, parking lots, etc.

If you want specifics, I'd recommend buying the Posted! app from the Apple or Google Play store.

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 07:20 PM

 

I stopped using Uber and Lyft, deleted the apps off my phone due to their unfair No Firearm policy for riders. 

 

https://www.uber.com...tion-policy/en/

 

 

https://help.lyft.co...Safety-Policies

 

 

I refuse to use both of them because they're both researching the self-driving car.   Every driver working for them is working to ensure their own personal obsolescence and unemployment.  


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Posted 13 August 2017 - 08:41 PM

Is there a condensed version that runs down the list? I like to read this from time to time to refresh my memory, but it is a long list full of legal jargon and quite wordy. A condensed version would be great for those on the go or in a hurry so they can quickly reference what is legal and illegal.

 

I find this handy to fold up and carry.

 

Illinois Concealed Carry Prohibited Places:

1) Public or private elementary or secondary school.

 

2) Preschool or child care facility

 

3) Buildings under the control of an officer of the executive or legislative branch of government.
Does not include areas regulated by the Department of Natural Resources where firearm possession is permitted under the Wildlife Code.

 

4) Circuit courts, appellate court, or the Supreme Court.

 

5)  Local government buildings

 

6) Adult or juvenile detention or correctional institutions, prisons, or jails.

 

7) Public or private hospitals or hospital affiliates, mental health facilities, or nursing homes.

 

8) Mass transportation (bus, train) and any building or real property.

 

9) Restaurants that serve alcohol if more than 50% of revenue is from alcohol sales. Restaurants must post.

 

10) Public gatherings or special events open to the public that requires a permit from the unit of local government, shall not apply to a licensee who must walk through a public gathering in order to access his or her residence, place of business, or vehicle.

 

11) Special Events while a Retailer's license to sell alcohol is in effect.

 

12) Public playgrounds.

 

13) Municipal public parks, athletic areas, or athletic facilities. Does not include a trail or bikeway where only a portion of the trail or bikeway includes a public park.

 

14) Cook County Forest Preserve District.

 

15) Public or private community college, college, or university.

 

16) Casinos and inter-track wagering locations.

 

17) Stadiums, arenas, or any collegiate or professional sporting event.

 

18) Public libraries. 

 

19) Airports.  

 

20) Amusement parks.  

 

21) Zoos or museums.

 

22) Nuclear facilities and their parking areas also a prohibited place.

 

23) Locations where concealed carry is prohibited by Federal law such as: Federal Courthouses, Federal Buildings, Post Offices, and any other Federally prohibited areas. (and controlled parking lots)

Parking lot exemption: except for nuclear facilities and federally controlled parking lots, your vehicle is considered a safe haven and license holders may store their loaded firearm in a locked container or in a container in a locked vehicle.  In a prohibited location, you may store your firearm in the trunk of your vehicle.
 


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Posted 13 August 2017 - 08:47 PM

If you want specifics, I'd recommend buying the Posted! app from the Apple or Google Play store.


Maybe you meant CCW App, which was developed by our fellow IC member Xwing who also developed the Posted App.

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 09:16 PM

Thanks Molly!! That's perfect!

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 09:27 PM

If you want specifics, I'd recommend buying the Posted! app from the Apple or Google Play store.
Maybe you meant CCW App, which was developed by our fellow IC member Xwing who also developed the Posted App.

That too, but that's more for determining which states your CCL is good in... while the Posted! app will provide specifically prohibited locations.

Either way, both are more than worth the buck or two that they cost.

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Posted 13 August 2017 - 10:10 PM

That too, but that's more for determining which states your CCL is good in... while the Posted! app will provide specifically prohibited locations.

Either way, both are more than worth the buck or two that they cost.

Not trying to derail the thread, but CCW App is not just determining which state our CCL is good in. It actually has each state Firearm Law/Concealed Carry Act as well as their corresponding prohibited areas by statute and a lot more . While the Posted app gives you specific places, those are user submitted information and not all places are listed especially those covered by the statute.

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Posted 14 August 2017 - 09:27 AM

 

That too, but that's more for determining which states your CCL is good in... while the Posted! app will provide specifically prohibited locations.

Either way, both are more than worth the buck or two that they cost.

Not trying to derail the thread, but CCW App is not just determining which state our CCL is good in. It actually has each state Firearm Law/Concealed Carry Act as well as their corresponding prohibited areas by statute and a lot more . While the Posted app gives you specific places, those are user submitted information and not all places are listed especially those covered by the statute.

 

 

Yeah, the CCW App is great. It actually links to the applicable statutes for every state so that you can read for yourself the exact law if you want to confirm the summary that the app provides. I consider it an absolutely essential tool for anyone planning on carrying in a different state.



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Posted 14 August 2017 - 10:06 AM

Another good website I reference is handgunlaw.us. Has handgun laws and CC laws per state, and is a reader friendly version. Often times the statutes are so wordy and long it makes it a pain to read, and I find myself skimming it trying to find the relevant information, which leaves the risk of missing something important.




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