Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed not one, but two, pieces of gun legislation on the last day of the 2016 session. Deal’s veto of Campus Carry came with a lengthy explanation and an executive order creating an annual reporting requirement for colleges about the security measures in place. Deal also encouraged the General Assembly to increase penalties for… [Read More]
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