(STATEHOUSE, IN) - An Indiana senate committee has endorsed a house bill that would allow people to bring most firearms to the workplace, if the weapons are kept in a locked vehicle.
The group voted 7-0 to approve the measure after adding amendments to the initial version.
Under the terms of the bill, firearms can be prohibited from vehicles parked on school-owned properties, some child care centers and domestic shelters, correctional facilities and a person's private residence.
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