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The Utah Supreme Court sided with AOL. :evil:

Justices uphold guns ruling
Fired workers who violated the ban had sued AOL

By Linda Thomson
Deseret Morning News

The Utah Supreme Court on Tuesday asserted that employees do not have the right to bring guns onto company property if there is a policy prohibiting weapons.
The high court's ruling underscored the strength of Utah's long-standing, at-will employment law â€" which means workers can be fired or quit at any time.
The decision was prompted by a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by three America Online employees, Luke Hansen, Paul Carlson and Jason Melling, who were sacked in 2000 after they transferred guns among their cars in the company's leased parking lot at its Ogden call center.
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Well, what do you all think?

Hansen v. AOL, Docket Information Case - 20020288

Oh, and by the way. I will never give another cent to AOL. Not only did they fire three employees for having guns in their cars, AOL is definitely and anti-gun organization.
 
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Jeff, I agree with you about AOL. I'd like to see them go out of business. It really burns me up to see shooters, and gun dealers, with AOL addresses. I used to write to each one and give them the following URL: http://www.thegunzone.com/rkba/antigun-aol.html But one person pointed out that the NRA doesn't have them on their hit list, so why should I care? I got disgusted and quit. But how can we get the NRA's attention?

Bob Carr
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But how can we get the NRA's attention?
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Good question. I'll write a letter to our local NRA Field Representative and bring it to his attention:

Mr. Rex Thomas
NRA Area 32 Field Representative
P.O. Box 1088
Morgan, UT 84050-1088
 

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Under Utah law it may be within their rights but they are still a bunch of spineless rats that I choose not to do buisiness with.

I too find it a little strange the they are not on the NRA blacklist. We will have to see what can be done about that.
 
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