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Guns at work

Posted by Rob Longenecker on March 26th, 2009

Good news for Texans. The Texas Senate unanimously approved legislation that would allow people to carry firearms to work and store them in their parked vehicles outside.

LInk to Newsmax

Link to Ausin American Statesman

One Response to “Guns at work”

  1. Mark Says:

    One the one hand I like it, on the other hand I do think it infringes on private property rights. I do wish I could carry to work without having to worry about breaking rules though. And I mean carry not leave it in the car.

    Unfortunately, there isn’t much incentive for companies and their lawyers to see it as a benefit. I’m thinking if I ever write a will, I’ll include instructions that if I’m killed while not carrying because of some work or business rule, that my estate will be used to fund a lawsuit to run that company into the ground over it.

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