Guns in lots is moving with the quickness. Predictably, the TFA has the angers:
However, Faison and legislative attorneys said the bill still allows businesses to prohibit their employees – but not customers, clients and other visitors – from keeping their guns in their cars, subject to sanctions up to and including their firing. Only the owners of single-family, detached homes can ban guns from their property under the bill’s provisions.
That provision has raised the ire of the Tennessee Firearms Association, which is now calling the bill the “Lose Your Job if You Commute Act.”