Alabame Eases Restrictions on Carrying Weapons at Working Places

According to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, thousands of weapons were reported stolen or missing in Alabama. Alabama is in the 10th place nationwide when it comes to the number of missing private weapons with more than 6,000 known cases.
Taking these data into account, starting on August 1, employees will be allowed by law to carry private weapons in parking lots of their working places on condition that they have no history of mental illness.
An employer may prevent his employee from carrying firearm inside building or if an employee is engaged in his routine job duties. In addition, if employer feels his employee poses a threat to other workers, he has the right to oppose the carrying of any weapon.