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Georgia Gov. Signs Campus Carry into Law

Late Thursday, Gov. Nathan Deal (R) signed campus carry into law, making campus carry the law of the land in one-fifth of the states.

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Campus Carry Passes Georgia House, Heads to Senate

Campus Carry passed the Georgia House on Friday and is now headed to the Senate. The bill–HB 280–would allow students with concealed carry licenses to carry guns on campus for self-defense.

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State Legislators Battle Back Against LGBT Agenda, Retaliation

State legislators from across America are fighting back against the LGBT agenda and their activist’s retaliation against states over religious liberty legislation. Forty Texas state legislators joined with over one-hundred legislators nationally in writing to business leaders who are threatening action against states who have passed such bills.

George Mason college student carries a gun on campus

Democrat Senator Applauds as Georgia Governor Balks on Campus Carry

Although campus carry passed the Georgia House and Senate amid much pro-gun fanfare–including fanfare from Governor Nathan Deal (R)–the bill may be in jeopardy as Deal outlines substantive changes he wants made before signing the measure.


Georgia Senate Concurs With House, Passes Campus Carry

On March 11 the Georgia Senate concurred with House and passed legislation to allow concealed carry permit holders to carry their guns on Georgia college and university campuses for self-defense.

An employee at John Jovino Co. holds a revolver on Thursday, June 26, 2008 in New York. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled earlier in the day that Americans have a constitutional right to keep guns in their homes for self-defense - the justices' first major pronouncement on gun control in …

More State Lawmakers Pushing for Armed Teachers

The push to put more good guys with guns in schools to dissuade and counter bad guys with guns has re-emerged and is expanding at the state level around the country.