Tennessee Gun Bills In The Works
First, let’s get this one out of the way. the Commercial Squeal:
Four months after the adjournment of a state legislative session dominated by gun bills
Ah, hyperbole. There were, what, four or five gun bills out of how many bills? Anyway, this isn’t a post about that, it’s a post about this:
Lawmakers heard testimony on a bill to allow people with handgun-carry permits to keep their guns in their locked vehicles on their workplace’s parking lots regardless of their employer’s policy on the issue. Current law allows employers to ban weapons from all their property, including parking lots.
The Rep asks whose rights are superior?
On one hand, a property owner can decide what otherwise lawful activities they allow on their property, which is also why I oppose smoking bans and such. On the other hand, my car is my property and their parking lot is available to the public.
Not a bill I’m particularly excited about.