The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld an Oklahoma law requiring employers to permit workers to keep firearms locked in their vehicles while they are on the clock. The court overturned a district court's ruling that held that state law is superseded by OSHA's "general duty" clause. In the past five years, at least 10 states have enacted legislation barring employers from forbidding their employees to keep guns in secured vehicles at work.

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