No. Styles are per object, not per layer. Software design limitation.
Make the stroke a graphic style target the layer select the graphic style.
Now anything drawn on that layer will have this stroke, but not just the pen tool.
So you have to use a different layer without a graphic style applied to create art without that stroke.
Although it is an interesting feature request. But perhaps someone else has an idea.
Thanks for the reply. Bit of a bummer. I'm going through a map, creating text on a path for a variety of different landforms with different text specs. Each time I copy and paste an appropriate text style, the subsequent path takes its attributes--so my path ends up w/a blue fill and no stroke. Thanks for the reply!
ake the text a character or paragraph style.
I made the text a Paragraph Style, but that doesn't seem to fix the problem. I want the pen tool to maintain the attribute I set for it, before, during, and after moving bits of text around, but it keeps grabbing the "blue fill, no stroke" characteristic of the text.