(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - A legal showdown is brewing over Indiana's new workplace gun law.
The regulation allows employees to bring a weapon on company property if it is kept in a locked vehicle.
Indiana Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Brinegar says he's aware of several companies in the state that are discussing a possible challenge to the law on constitutional grounds.
Word of potential legal action comes after Arcelormittal in northwest Indiana told its employees to leave all weapons at home.
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