Georgia Signed A Controversial Law That Expands The Carrying Of Weapons

Posted On 24 Apr 2014
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The governor of Georgia signed a law that would carry guns in bars, schools and even churches.

It would be one of the country’s permissive laws on the use of weapons

Due to the growing number of mass shootings that America has witnessed in recent years, some states have significantly restricted firearms, while others such as Georgia have taken the opposite approach and some advocates argue that it should allow the carrying of weapons as a public safety issue.

Under this logic, the Governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal, passed a bill Wednesday that would carry guns almost anywhere, such as churches and schools, which would make the state one of the most permissive in the country in this regard.

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