Lawmakers in Georgia have approved a bill that would allow gun owners to carry their licensed firearms at parts of Atlanta Hartsfield, despite the airport’s vigorous opposition.
The legislation, which is waiting for Gov. Sonny Perdue’s signature, would permit carrying of firearms in areas that are not controlled by the federal government, such as terminals and parking lots.
It expands on a state law passed in 2008 that allows Georgia residents with firearm licenses to bring concealed weapons onto public transportation, in parks and recreational areas and into restaurants that serve alcohol. Gun advocates have since been lobbying to expand the law to include the airport.
The case is being closely watched by airport officials nationwide.
Source: Roger Yu for USA Today.
Lawmakers in Georgia have approved a bill that would allow gun owners to carry their…
by Tactical-Life.com / May 3, 2010