From Gwinnett Daily:
. . . Itâ€™s not too late. If they can reach an agreement, the bill could be attached as an amendment to a related measure that would allow motorists to carry their registered guns anywhere they choose inside their cars.
The second bill passed the House early in the session and won the Senate Rules Committeeâ€™s approval last month.
So, thereâ€™s a legislative avenue available for the guns-at-the-workplace bill.
But that doesnâ€™t mean itâ€™s going to see the light of day this year. Both sides appear determined not to give in on their positions.
Fleming said the chamber wonâ€™t sign off on anything that reduces private property rights.
Cox said the NRA has no problem waiting until next year, or even longer, to achieve its ends. . . .