Guns Everywhere: Licensed Gun Carriers in Georgia are About to Get More Freedom to Roam Around, Governor to Sign Bill

happy with gunGeorgia Gov. Nathan Deal will sign new legislation Wednesday that will dramatically expand the rights of the state’s licensed gun owners.

The new law expands the scope of public places where licensed owners are allowed to carry firearms – including public places.

While critics have called the new legislation the “Guns Everywhere Bill,” the National Rifle Association (NRA) hails the law as “the most comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation introduced in recent state history.”

So what are some of the specifics?

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The law allows licensed owners to carry their firearms into some government buildings (those without certain security measures), bars, and a wide variety of public places, including parks. . .

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