Fish & Game News April 24, 2014 Elliott
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday a sweeping pro-gun bill that enhances the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners.
Known officially as the House Bill 60, the “Safe Carry Protection Act,” but dubbed the “guns everywhere bill by some,” allows concealed carry permit holders to carry firearms into bars, schools, churches and certain government buildings under certain circumstances.
“For decades now I have staunchly defended our Second Amendment rights as both a legislator and as governor,” said Deal, during his address before he signed the bill.