A quick summary. This woman was a branch manager at a bank. She took her gun to work. She got fired because policy states she can't take her gun to work. She's suing. LINK This happened in Florida, like we really need more of this crap floating around. Anyway, in Florida it is illegal for an employer to ask employees or customers if they have a firearm in their car unless it is one of the commonly banned industries that you all should know. This really doesn't apply, but it would have provided a legal, if less effective, alternative to what she did. So, what do you think? From a present day legal standpoint, does she have a case? Did she deserve to be fired?