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Old February 21, 2014, 11:43 AM   #1
Gary Slider
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Virginia Now Honors Kansas. . . TN Parking Lot Storage Law (UPDATED)

Virginia has added Kansas to the list of states it honors. This brings to 30 the number of states that Virginia honors. Kansas honors all other states Permit/Licenses.

The Tennessee Governor has signed a new Parking Lot Storage Bill. The Tennessee AG put out an Opinion on the Old law and stated that employers could fire someone for storing a firearm on company property if they had a rule against it even under the Parking Lot Storage Law at that time. They strengthened the law that should take care of this problem with the old law. I am still searching but believe the new law wording can be seen here:
The AG Opinion that shackled the old law can be seen here:

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The Tennessee Parking Lot Storage Law does not do what I posted in my first post. Every copy I was looking at was replaced by a one paragraph bill. The NRA Link to the bill and two others RKBA’s Orgs that posted links to the new law showed the bill before it was replaced. Those in Tennessee helped me find the correct copy of the bill. The new law does nothing to protect employees from employers who don’t want firearms in autos in their parking lots. This bill actually didn’t change much of anything. The Tennessee Firearms Association would have more information on this bill and others that are currently in the Tennessee Legislature. Sorry for jumping the gun and posting info that was not all correct.
Gary Slider
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