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State roads are owned by the state. County roads are owned by the county.
Regarding roads and private property rights - there are 2 different types of people: invitees and licensee. A licensee is someone who has explicit permission. An invitee has implied permission. For example a Burger King - nobody has to tell you that you have permission to enter. It's implied permission and considered the default rule. The state attempted to change the default rule that says if there is not explicit permission that you're not allowed. Judge Bumb saw through that and struck it down as it would be a flat out ban on carry. This applies to roads as well.
Similar story, got it in 2006 for Howard, now i can't stand him.
I no longer listen to traditional broadcast radio. I find Sirius great for tons of music with no commercials, comedy radio on road trips, and sports. I mostly listen to the ESPN college radio channel since I dumped pro sports.
Oh ok. I thought the new law restricted PTC holders to carry in cars as the state argued that highways and roads are state property and the injunction overturned that portion of the law (well at least stopped it for now.)