This is a discussion on Texas "parking lot" bill signed into law within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; FL has had that law for a few years now and has beefed it up by saying employers can't search the vehicles. There are a ...
FL has had that law for a few years now and has beefed it up by saying employers can't search the vehicles. There are a few exceptions (Defense plants, etc.) but now WW and the likes can't dictate that you aren't allowed to store a gun in your vehicle.
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I own my own business and you are welcome to carry in your car or person when on my property. Just remain lawful. I do not condone breaking laws no matter how absolutely pathetic or stupid they are. However lately I have been questioning whether it is actually unlawful to follow a law that is unconstitutional since it is supposed to be the absolute supreme law of the land.
Chew on that for a min. Ahh heck im gonna make an off topic post on that one.
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