Recently, I have been to a few events at our local sports and entertainment arena. Sometime within the last few years, apparently they adopted a no weapons policy. According to the sign inside the first doors, by the box office, but before entering into the actual seating area and such, this is "for your safety...." Anywho, I have begun to do some research and think this MAY be against the State statutes. NOTE - I am not talking about the law that was passed last year that gave the NRA and others standing to sue. I am talking about the per-existing law. The statue states 18 PA.C.S. § 6120 I know the new part of the law that gave the NRA standing to sue was overturned or repealed or whatever, but I belie that the main part of the law still stands. Now, the way I interpret this law is that the arena is violating it by not allowing firearms, because, it is operated by the Erie County Convention Center Authority, which is part of the City of Erie. I have reached out to the Executive Director of the Convention Center Authority to establish that they are in fact under the authority of the City. Once I know that for sure, I don't know what I will do. I don't know if I shoudl raise the issue with him, or try to find an attorney, or reach out to a Pro firearms group? I know the City solicitor as I did my internship in his private practice, and I know that he doesn't support this law. He defended out City last year or so against their illegal ban of firearms in parks...and he lost. That actually helped prompt the new law about the NRA and such being able to sue. So, what do ya'll think?