KBCraig wrote:I oppose restricting private property rights, even those of employers, but if a "parking lot" bill were to pass, this is a good start.
Too late for this go around, but perhaps the next session they can just keep it simple:
"Employers do not have the right to violate the private property rights of their employees by searching their vehicles. Employers bear no liablility for the contents of employees vehicles."
In my opinion, the private property rights being most infringed upon are the employees. If you have firearms, bibles, political campaign signs, pornography, union campaign flyers, etc... in your vehicle, it is NOT the business of your employer. Even at the airport, your vehicle is not searched when you WALK through security.