On July 1, gun owners can keep a handgun in their car at work, as long as it is properly registered* and secured.
"Manufacturers now, on new guns, they ship a gun lock," said Burg.
The lock will be required† on all guns sitting in workplace parking lots. But the new law is not getting a ringing endorsement from the business community.
If you do that in an 8th grade school paper, you get an F; if you do it at a local media outlet, they just run that baby.
Hire some fact checkers, people.
* Neither guns nor their owners are registered in this state, contrary to what you heard on Law & Order last night.
†Bzzt! The gun must be locked in the vehicle to meet the letter of the law. If you want to festoon your heater itself with cable locks, chains, and then duct-tape it inside a shoe box riveted to the floorboard, that's peachy, but all the state cares about is that you locked your car door.