-52 applies again, discarding CDJ vs state and braxton vs state; consent remains ambiguous, so it is difficult to know or prove that a person does not need written permission from a store owner to OC without a permit. The wording of disorderly conduct is bad (its no protection for someone who wants to carry a slung rifle). Preemption has become meaningless. Truck carry via unloaded and secured pistol is ridiculous, but was de facto law anyway. Finally, the portion for having a firearm in a vehicle at work was needless, only wimpy fools unlock their vehicle to allow an employer to conduct a search; the rest were likely storing a pistol regardless of policy. The interior of my vehicle is my property, it is not on the employers property.
I see no reason for rejoice. The only way to make this worse is if the guy arrested (and convicted in a municipal court) for -52 in Jacksonville was acquitted upon appeal.