Some businesses in St. Louis let employees carry concealed handguns on the job
Other businesses that send workers on the road with cash have policies that differ from Domino's.
Deferring to state firearm law, the St. Louis Taxi Commission leaves the decision about allowing drivers to arm themselves up to the individual cab companies.
St. Louis' Harris Cab Company, in turn, leaves the decision to the discretion of the drivers.
"We don't prevent drivers (from carrying) because we want them to be safe," said manager Shermand Palmer. . . .
It is interesting that cab drivers, who I assume face more of a risk than pizza delivery men, let their employees carry guns. When it matters the most, they let their employees do it. Pizza delivery men are not as great of a target because they carry such limited money on them.
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