< Why they don't have school shootings in Israel. Notice the long gun slung over the teachers shoulder? Background: wife was diagnosed with liver cancer, have been going to OHSU for treatment. Wife needs transplant to live and our insurance won't work with OHSU so have to go to U of W in Seattle. Got up there for testing yesterday. No signs posted ANYWHERE saying no weapons allowed so I carried my normal Kimber .45, two spare mags, my NA .22 Mag and two knives. Partway through the day we were given the requirements to get into the program. One of the caveats was NO WEAPONS allowed on the property even with a permit. If caught they will kick my wife out of the transplant program! So my wife would be penalized by a death sentence (not getting a transplant is 100% fatal) if I'm caught carrying! Naturally to give her a chance I'll abide by the unconstitutional rules but to penalize her for something protected by the Constitution is totally WRONG! Deen NRA Life Member, Benefactor Level "Defender of Freedom" award NRA Golden Eagle member WAC member Vancouver Rifle and Pistol Club member "Having a gun is like a parachute, if you need one and don't have it you may never need it again"