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It was an Atlanta Falcons spokesperson regarding the Atlanta Falcons position only, just as presented by 11Alive News. It is not the position of the GWCCA, nor was it even implied as such.
The GWCCA is looking into this themselves. Does nothing pass any muster for you? It's all just BS? LOL!
Many apologies for bringing back a musty, zombie thread. Hopefully, it can be put back down soon.
In the 2017-2018 legislative session, three Republicans sponsored HB 1015 which was supposed to put a stop to private entities leasing public property for public events, and then claiming they...
On Monday we won on the larger issue. All the details are a little weedy, but I think I did pretty good sorting it all out here:
EVENT - Saturday April 7th - Open Carry Fishing at Tuscawilla Park in Ocala, Florida. Please come on out and give Florida Carry's first open carry march your support!
If you have a Florida fresh water fishing license, and want to attend, the details are in my article here...
In Georgia, you cannot openly carry (or conceal carry) a handgun without a license. Chatham County is going WAY beyond the time limit under state law to issue that license to you.
This bill would add a lot more outdoor activities opening up more opportunities for open carry. However, it seems to be languishing due to Republicans and Democrats coming together to oppose liberty.
The City of Reidsville spent tax-payer money to purchase three metal signs for the three entry doors to city hall, but does not plan on enforcing them. They are merely for show, in order to try and trick citizens into not carrying there, per the admittance of Mayor Sydney Clifton.
Rep. Mike Burns is aware of this bad law in SC, and is on our side. I am hopeful we may see a bill in 2017 that will fix it.
As a result of my email to them, they changed their policy. Read my article at the link above for full details.