A bill prohibiting Indiana employers from banning guns on their properties is one step from becoming state law. The Indiana House of Representatives and Senate approved a final version of House Bill 1065 on Thursday, making the legislation eligible for the governor's signature. H.B. 1065 makes it illegal for businesses to forbid their employees from keeping guns outside in their cars as long as the vehicle is locked and the firearm is stored out of sight. It does not prevent employers from banning guns inside the workplace.
Read Original at: The South Bend Tribune (Ind.)