Opinion on employment and firearm rights
Gene Volokh has a posting on an employment law case. Normally, an at-will employee can be fired, or quit, for any reason. In this case, he was fired because he brought a firearm to work. He sued, and the court refuses to dismiss his suit (although he might lose it later). The reasoning: (1) the state constitutional provision on right to arms for self defense indicates a strong public policy (while not binding a private property owner directly) in favor of such and (2) it is alleged that the employer really didn't have such a policy in place at the time of the firing, they just decided they didn't like it and fired him out of hand.