Another fight over who controls the glove compartment of your car

According to Tom Baxter and Jim Galloway at the AJC’s Political Insider, the NRA is pushing a bill, not yet prefiled, to bar employers from banning guns in automobiles parked in company parking lots, unless the company parking lot is secured by “gates and fences.”

Such a bill would still allow corporations with “fences and gates” to disarm their employees not only while at work, but while running errands during or immediately before or after the commute to or from work.   From the comments section: “Those that hunt or shoot recreationally are impacted by parking lot bans, because they can’t plan before or after work activities that involve firearms (e.g., no leaving directly for the hunting trip right after work on Friday).”

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