New Oklahoma law allows ammo in locked cars parked at work.

An Oklahoma law going into effect on November 1 allows…

An Oklahoma law going into effect on November 1 allows employees to store ammunition in their locked vehicles parked at work.
A key aspect of Oklahoma’s Self-Defense Act allows people with valid gun licenses to carry handguns openly as well as concealed weapons in many public places. But another part of the open-carry law affects how people can store ammunition in their cars. The bill was signed by Governor Mary Fallin on November 15.

Oklahoma law already prohibited employers from having policies banning employees from keeping guns locked in their vehicles in employer parking lots. The new law says employers also may not prohibit employees from keeping ammunition in the parking lot.

Source: Charlie Plumb for HR Hero/Human Resource News

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