Georgia Supreme Court Blocks Campus Carry Bill

If a parent or guardian is dropping off or picking up their student in Georgia, they they can carry on campus. However, anything more than those few moments could result in big trouble.

Georgia’s Supreme Court voted against the campus carry right. Which is strange because, of all states, you’d think our Supreme Court would have a higher tolerance for guns.

The problem comes in from 2014, when a pair of bills passed by the Legislature are conflicted.

House Bill 826 allowed licensed gun owners to bring their weapons onto school property. House Bill 60 said the only time guns are allowed on school property is when someone is dropping off or picking up a student; otherwise guns on school property were specifically prohibited.

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Gov. Nathan Deal signed HB 826 on April 22, 2014. The next day he signed HB 60, which specifically prohibited…

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