Indiana is getting better!

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    Indiana is getting better!

    Today our Governor signed into law Indiana HOUSE BILL No. 1065! This mean no confiscations of firearms during disasters or emergencies like what happened after Katrina.

    Also after July 1st we can have firearms locked in our vehicles at work (with a few exceptions of course) without fear of being fired!

    Yeppie!!!

    We just went from a 6 to a 4 on the Brady Bunches State scale!!! I love losing points with them!!!!
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    Sounds good.

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    congrats

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    I'm jealous of you guys. No training necessary, cheap permits, lifetime permits available, minimum age of 18, and restaurant carry unrestricted.

    Makes Arizona look like the UK in comparison.

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    Most of my family lives in Indiana and they've been trying to get me to move there for years. Now I'm starting to get a little interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Foster View Post
    Most of my family lives in Indiana and they've been trying to get me to move there for years. Now I'm starting to get a little interested
    Come on up! Glad to have you, one requirement, you got to love guns if you want to live here! hehe

    Oh, to sweeten the pot, earlier this month he signed bill 1068, that keeps our LTCH info private!

    Don't forget, no duty to inform unless asked, "Castle Law" that extends to your vehicle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcatCWP View Post
    I'm jealous of you guys. No training necessary, cheap permits, lifetime permits available, minimum age of 18, and restaurant carry unrestricted.

    Makes Arizona look like the UK in comparison.
    ^^^^WOW^^^^^^^^^^^
    I live just up the block, and I had no idea they were this permissible,,

    Good for the Hoosier State!!!


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    [QUOTE=Gun Bunny;1543989]

    Also after July 1st we can have firearms locked in our vehicles at work (with a few exceptions of course) without fear of being fired!

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    I have not read the bill but I have lived in Indiana my entire life and I have always understood it to be a "right to hire state" which means as long as a employerer doesn't fire you for something that falls under the federal heading of discrimination (race, gender, etc) that they could fire you for anything else they wanted. I'll have to find the bill and read as this has my interest now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshot View Post
    ^^^^WOW^^^^^^^^^^^
    I live just up the block, and I had no idea they were this permissible,,

    Good for the Hoosier State!!!
    We also honor all licenses or permits from all states and Countries, that's right, Countries!

    God I love this State!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Bunny View Post

    Also after July 1st we can have firearms locked in our vehicles at work (with a few exceptions of course) without fear of being fired!

    QUOTE]

    I have not read the bill but I have lived in Indiana my entire life and I have always understood it to be a "right to hire state" which means as long as a employerer doesn't fire you for something that falls under the federal heading of discrimination (race, gender, etc) that they could fire you for anything else they wanted. I'll have to find the bill and read as this has my interest now.
    Here you go Rollo:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Bunny View Post
    We also honor all licenses or permits from all states and Countries, that's right, Countries!

    God I love this State!!!
    Wow!

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    Makes me proud to be a Hoosier.

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