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21 min ago | Christian Newswire
Contact: Genevieve Wilson, Georgia Right to Life , 770-339-6880 NORCROSS, Ga., April 24, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- Georgia Right to Life Co-Executive Director Genevieve Wilson today praised Governor Nathan Deal for signing SB 98 a law that prohibits using taxpayer funds to pay for abortion insurance coverage in Georgia.
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4 hrs ago | Crescent-News.com
Criticized by one group as the "guns everywhere" bill, Georgia took a big step Wednesday toward expanding where licensed carriers can take their weapons, with the governor signing a law that allows them in bars without restriction and in some churches, schools and government buildings under certain circumstances.
8 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
Georgia's new law allows them everywhere-in libraries, at school-and permits felons to claim a Stand Your Ground defense.
The chiefs of two midstate school systems oppose a new law that gives school boards the leeway to allow guns on school property.
Georgians will now be able to carry firearms in such places as schools, bars, churches and government buildings under a sweeping new law signed by the governor on Wednesday.
Judith Skinner, mother of Indianapolis police officer Kim Carmack, and Dustin Carmack, son of Kim Carmack, take one last look at the casket after the burial services at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis on Wednesday.
Today Georgia's Republican governor Nathan Deal signed the bill opponents have dubbed the "Guns Everywhere" bill, allowing guns in schools, churches, government buildings, certain areas of airports, bars, etc.
It's legal for licensed gun owners in Georgia to pack heat in bars, schools, churches and some government buildings.
Permitted gun holders can soon freely carry their gun in more places in Georgia, after Governor Deal signed a bill expanding gun rights.
Gov. Nathan Deal, seated, signs House Bill 60 into law Wednesday in Ellijay, Ga.
Surrounded by bill supporters, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signs House Bill 60 into law on Wednesday.
A few hundred gun rights advocates gathered to watch Wednesday's bill signing at an event in Ellijay with top officials including House Speaker David Ralston and bill sponsor Rep. Rick Jasperse.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal just signed a law former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' organization described as " the most extreme gun bill in America ."
The Georgia College Department of Government and Sociology has released the first edition of Georgia's State of the State Poll.
Critics call the far-reaching legislation allowing guns in bars, schools and churches the "Guns Everywhere Act," but supporters say it restores Second Amendment rights Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal will sign into law Wednesday radical new gun legislation that will allow licensed owners to carry firearms into more public places than at any time in the ... (more)
I talk about poverty issues a lot and hear the same question all the time: "Why don't they just get a job?" Many people won't ask the question straight out, but the underlying assumptions always seem to bubble up: "If they would just get a job and work hard, they wouldn't be poor."
So as it turns out, a Democratic legislator - even a new one - can get things done in the predominantly Republican state legislature.