Empty holster to Rogue Community College and the Veterans Affairs benefits office.
It's legal at the school but until Jeff Maxwell's case is determined or the state puts the screws to public colleges I'll be visibly supporting the second amendment but can't afford to get expelled.
They even made me (and everyone else in the orientation class) sign a form about "student conduct" today. It included a firearms prohibition and I signed ti but explained to the "instructor" that it was in violation of state law and currently in the courts. It won't result in anything by itself but as more and more people DEMAND their rights, the squeaky wheel will get oiled.
Funny but going into the building a security officer was approaching me head on. He was too busy talking on his cell phone to notice the holster let alone if it was empty or not. FINE FINE security they have. I feel so safe in a "criminals welcome" one.