An appeals court says a South Florida union leader can have a gun at work, even without a concealed-weapons permit.
This case revolves around whether a union is considered a “place of business.”
State law allows people to have guns at work even if they don’t have a permit.
But Torrence Little was arrested anyway.
In June of 2011, someone reported a man with a gun in a union hall parking lot in Ft. Lauderdale.
Little had a gun in his waistband under his shirt. Police took him into custody on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon.