Saturday, September 19, 2015
This Should Upset Liberals Everywhere
Wal-Mart has a policy that employees who are attempting to stop a shoplifter must withdraw if the suspect has a weapon, or be fired. The Utah Supreme Court has ruled that even at-will employees may not be fired for engaging in self-defense which is a right protected by the Utah Constitution and that of a number of other states, including, remarkably, California. They actually point also to the Utah Constitution RKBA clause, suggesting that firing employees for being armed at work might not be allowed.