Ministers speak out against campus carry bill

| March 22, 2016


ATLANTA- A group of ministers urged Governor Nathan Deal to veto a bill that would allow guns on college campuses.

The coalition of faith leaders, some of whom work on college campuses, spoke out Monday against the bill.

The governor hasn’t indicated whether he’ll sign it, but he did express concerns about weapons being brought into campus daycares, disciplinary hearings and offices.

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  1. Eric "Da Blacksheep" TrixNDix says:

    They do know that the only people who can carry are the same people who can get a GWL(21+,background check,etc)? It’s not like a bunch of 18 year olds are going to go out and get Glocks on their FLEX cards.

  2. Robert says:

    While the Governor has expressed his concerns, he is pro gun. So, more than likely he will sign this bill into law.