No it did not. The excuse for not preventing the employer from firing for carrying in the vehicle is that TN is a right to work state, so they say the employee can fire you for any reason anyway.ferg said:Did it stop an employer from searching your car ? if so then it's done 'something' -
Hunter 257W said:The whole Concealed Carry Right doesn't amount to much either. You can carry your gun as long as you don't carry it somewhere that you can't carry it. An oversimplification obviously exaggerated some to make my point, but a CC permit doesn't really do what they say. For instance you can't go to a school and pick up your child. You can't go on federal property. Besides, the 2nd Amendment doesn't say you can bear arms if you get a little card from your state government. It's irritating that they take our rights away then give them back to us in tiny bits and pieces and make us think they've done us a favor.
1908_Cubbies said:I actually like this bill... It gets the government out of our business. Now, if you carry a weapon on to someone's property, it's between you and the property owner. Now there is no legal issues as far as the .gov is concerned. Sure an employer can still fire you, but an employer can also fire for many other things that aren't against the law.
Bone Collector said:As for the company, I can understand the "don't bring that in my house mentality", but to say you can't leave it in your car thus taking away my right to carry 5 days out of the week, is not ok with me.
Diehard Hunter said:From reading the synopsis, it didn't change a thing! I may be wrong, but it looks like a smoke screen so all those involved could say they did something to support the 2nd amendment, but in reality, they did nothing.
Hunter 257W said:For instance you can't go to a school and pick up your child.