Ga. Lawmaker: Campus Carry Provision To Be Dropped

January 23, 2014 8:10 PM
Ga. Lawmaker: Campus Carry Provision To Be Dropped
" ATLANTA (AP) — A key Georgia lawmaker says a provision that would have allowed students to carry weapons on public college campuses will be dropped from a revised gun bill expected to be introduced soon.

Rep. John Meadows, chair of the House Rules Committee, said in an interview Thursday that the bill will instead focus on enhancing reporting of the mentally ill and empowering local school districts to arm employees if they wish "

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