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    Florida now has a law allowing weapons in employees' cars while they are at work.
    Disney claims an exemption. Give voice to your thoughts and hit this poll hard.

    The poll appears half way down on the page, left of center.

    http://tinyurl.com/6jxrq4

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    • Should Disney employees with concealed-weapons permits be allowed to keep their guns in their cars while at work?
      Yes. All other employees are able to. (19347 responses)
      81.0%
      No. It's too dangerous for visitors. (4352 responses)
      18.2%
      Not sure (192 responses)
      0.8%
      • 23891 total responses (Results not scientific)

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    Sheriff wrote:
    I voted YES. It's up to 81% now.

    I wish they had a fill in the blank to add employees should be able to open carry.
    Florida has a concealed carry only law - no OC, even printing is a violation. :X

    There is a new movement to get that law changed to allow OC. Will it stand a chance this time? IMO to early to tell.
    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum17/1347.html

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    Still 81% yes.

    It's the law. Either Disney can challenge it legally as a property rights violation, or they can get on board with the law properly passed by the state legislature. What they can't do is tell the state to f-off because they don't like the law. What if they decide they want to just search every car on their property? Can they just make up whatever they want? Obviously, no. I have no problem with Disney making a legal challenge to the law and I won't criticize them for it but I will criticize them all day long for blatantly violating the law and taking it out on their employees.
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