I've hesitated to bring this up, as it can be a very emotional topic, but since it does involve Disney (in a related way) I thought I'd give it a go.
We are all civilized people here, so we'll be able to discuss this without incident, I know.
There have been recent changes to the firearms law(s) in the US. It has been ruled that a person with a permit to carry a concealed weapon (handgun for the most part) is now allowed to carry that weapon to work with them, as long as they keep it locked in their car. There are some exceptions to this law, one being if the workplace has a certificate to posses (make or use) explosives, including fireworks.
A Disney employee (security position) has been fired for bringing his weapon on Disney property, as it is against Disney policy. Disney is citing the fireworks/explosive clause, and the former employee's attorney is saying that doesn't apply as the defendant wasn't working (or parking) in an area where the explosives are used or kept.
There were other changes to the firearms laws, also. The essentially add up to easing up on the restrictions, which I personally find horrifying.
So, what do you think?