June 2006

Downrange: 06/06


Some Florida businesses are getting around state carry laws, as well as Constitutional principles, by trying to ban guns in cars.

In Florida, some businesses are banning firearms in their parking lots. Some are even searching private vehicles that park in parking lots that are open to the public. These gun-ban policies are discrimination against people who chose to exercise a constitutional right and take responsibility for their own safety.

A Florida House measure, HB 129, would prohibit employers from having a policy to prohibit firearms in vehicles on the employer’s property. It would be a third-degree felony for the employer to have such a p...

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