Looking back through the posts I notice that OP says the office space is rented.
I made note of that.
As far as creating a special class, not really. The class of people who choose to exersize their 2A rights in a limited way under the FCCA is a group anyone can join unless prohibited in some way.
Oh, but one has been created per concealed carry. Off duty LEO's now can concealed carry while hunting deer and turkey. Something a private property owner, who doesn't require a CCL while on their own property, cannot do on their own land when the criminal code allows them to do anyway they choose in any other situation except while training hunting dogs, which is a different issue.
So you're telling me it's not a strategy to extend this to CCL holders? Will the private property owner be ignored once again or be required to obtain a CCL which they are exempt from while on their own property or property they control per the criminal code?
And no, it is not free rein to ignore company policy, but employeers are subject to laws in making their policies just as the rest of are.
Laws are overturned all the time. Just because a legislature passes a law doesn't make it legal or valid. As an example, Abate got more than one bill passed to protect special funds from being swept. It was not held up.
One works at will for an employer. Caterpillar got a higher court in Indiana to agree in the 2016 case over ridding the state's 2011 parking lot law.
Obviously I believe in private property rights. One can't tell me what they're going to do while on my land. One is either a guest or a trespasser. You will do as you are told or leave.
The Constitution contains private property rights too. The right to control your land and exclude anyone are among them.