Georgia Governor Signs Unprecedented “Guns Everywhere” Bill: Carry at Schools, Churches and Government Buildings
April 23rd, 2014
he State of Georgia has just signed an unprecedented new law that removes all handgun carrying and possession permissions to allow lawful residents the ability to carry their concealed firearms just about everywhere including schools, churches, government buildings, nightclubs and bars. The National Rifle Association hails it as the “most comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation introduced in recent state history.”
Critics have appropriately dubbed it the “Guns Everywhere Bill,” with former Rep. Gabrille Giffords (D-AZ) calling it the “most extreme gun bill in America.”
But proponents of the legislation say it’s exactly what residents need to protect themselves from criminals.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law today what supporters call a historic victory for the Second Amendment.
The new law, called the “Safe Carry Protection Act”, vastly expands where guns will be allowed in the state.