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Vestri Vinco
04-24-2007, 08:06
Ok guys. I'm from Al and where I work our parking lot is accessible by the public. I work an off shift my company's policy is no firearms in a private vehicle or your fired. They tell me they are not responsible for our vehicles while they are on company property but that they can tell me what I can and can not have in my car. So I want to see a law passed that would prohibit a public or private entity from prohibiting a licensed ccw permit holder from having a fire arm in there private vehicle.

So I know all the what they don't know arguments already and thats not good enough. I along with many of you I know have this form of protection stripped from us daily when we goto work and have to leave our firearm at home.

So here is the web address for the Alabama State Legislature

http://www.legislature.state.al.us/house/house_zipsearch.html

you can find your house rep. and state senator at the above link with your zip code.

Write them and tell them if you would like to see a bill passed that would prohibit a public or private entity from prohibiting a licensed ccw permit holder from having a fire arm in there private vehicle.


Also if there is anyone here a lawyer or anyone who can give me good solid advice on getting the ball rolling on this please shoot me a pm. I will do anything in my power to help with this.

Thanks guys.

Ves

mossy500camo
04-24-2007, 10:30
Done

ps
Georgia is already working on a bill like this. Alabama usually follows their lead.

Vestri Vinco
04-24-2007, 17:43
Thanks mossy

I know there are more of us on here that are in the same boat. Im going to be going to kinkos and having some flyers done this weekend and drop them off at the local gun shops in my area.

Vestri Vinco
04-26-2007, 06:48
come on guys is no one else interested in this? I have started a petition in my home town and am talking to my district rep about this. Does anyone have any input on how I should pursue this?

Thanks