Tenn. Workers Can Be Fired For Guns Stored In Cars, AG Says

Law360, New York (May 30, 2013, 4:33 PM EDT) -- Tennessee's attorney general issued an opinion Wednesday saying workers can be fired for storing firearms in vehicles parked on employer property in violation of company policies, despite a new state law allowing guns to be kept in parking areas.

The recently enacted law, known as Chapter 16, exempts gun permit holders from criminal penalties for storing firearms in a vehicle in any public or private parking areas, as long as the vehicle is allowed to be there and the weapons and ammo are kept out of...
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