Az state law help

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    Az state law help

    So I believe I read this in another post on this forum but i did not seem to have any luck with the search tool.
    I think I saw a state law being referenced where a person could carry a gun to work and leave it in his/her locked vehicle no matter the companies policy based on the premise that the vehicle is that employee's private property.
    Anyone familiar with this law? If so any input on to where i might be able to reference it as to statute number and exact wording would be appreciated. My boss is most interested in this law and am trying to find it.

    Thanks for any help available

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    It did not make it.

    HB 2536 (Dead - Failed to move before deadline)
    Paton - firearms; vehicles; employee parking areas

    A public or private employer cannot prohibit a person from transporting or storing a firearm in a locked vehicle in a parking area, (subject to certain exceptions).

    AzCDL requested this legislation and strongly supports it.

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    Thanx for the input

    Would be really nice if it had made it through hopefully they will try again.

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    Arizona may have an extended dominion law like New Mexico in which your vehicle is considered an extension of your home and any rights enjoyed in your home also apply to your vehicle.
    I've never heard of a single incident in NM where anyone has been prohibited from having a gun in their vehicle at their place of employment and pick ups with rifle racks are common place wherever you go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by automatic slim View Post
    Arizona may have an extended dominion law like New Mexico in which your vehicle is considered an extension of your home and any rights enjoyed in your home also apply to your vehicle.
    I've never heard of a single incident in NM where anyone has been prohibited from having a gun in their vehicle at their place of employment and pick ups with rifle racks are common place wherever you go.
    I think an exception to that might be entrance on a military reservation.

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