Considering we only have one amendment having to do with recognizing our right to keep and bear an object, youâ€™d think the fact someone even bothered to write it down would be enough reason to protect, even if you were somehow able to ignore it being high on the list. No Firearms Allowed on this Property Well, if you are a homeowner or property owner and this is your wishes, so be it. However if you have a walk-in business that requires you to have a business license, I believe that you should be required to accommodate the folks that a rule like this will affect. I am a business owner since 1997, and I am fully aware of the procedures and ever changing rules that come with maintaining one, as well as how to get and renew a business license. Even before I could get a certificate of occupancy, there were certain criteria that must be met. Among these were handicap provisions, including a restroom with ADA compliant toilet, sink, mirror, building access and parking. It costs more to do this and I have no problem with that, even though I cant think of a single handicapped person that has visited my property in 13 years of business. But if they ever do, I can certainly accommodate their visit. My confusion comes with trying to make sense of how can someone have the power to deny someone else their constitutional right(s) while in the course of doing business with that person, without the necessity to accommodate them for this temporary suspension of their rights. As a business owner, I need my customerâ€™s money and/or my employeeâ€™s help if I am to stay in business. Either way, neither one is of value to me once theyâ€™ve been killed on their way to or from my business as a result of trying to be compliant with my no firearms policy while here. I am not suggesting that business property owners shouldnâ€™t be able to make rules, but I am saying that if your rules will affect what happens to the individual trying to follow them once they leave your business property, then you should be responsible for being able to restore whatever condition your rules took away. My idea is some type secured lobby with lock boxes for any business with a no firearms policy. Yes, it would be a costly expense, but think of the price already paid for the right that they want us to leave at home. Just a way of saying â€œdonâ€™t make any rule you canâ€™t afford to accommodate.â€ Before this gets steered in the direction of being one of those concealed carry issues, meaning out of sight, out of mind kinda thingâ€¦Iâ€™m talking more as it relates to the employees that work at these places, where if they are caught breaking the firearms policy, they get fired. Thoughts?