SB 321 Case Summary

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Interestingly, SB 321 does not incorporate an express personal right of action for offended personnel. If an employer preserves a policy that veto its employees from possessing or keeping otherwise legally owned firearms in their automobile, that policy probably would be contradictory to SB 321. It can be difficult to conceptualize that the Texas Supreme Court would acknowledge an exception to the policy of employment at will for personnel who alleges wrongful termination if the employee is fired for possession of legally owned firearm in his or her automobile. In absenteeism of an express personal right of action, it is obvious that the employee 's only option would be to disclose the employer 's policy to the Texas Attorney General or

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