A long-awaited gun bill filed Tuesday in the Georgia House proposed what many had expected. But Rep. Rick Jasperse, R-Jasper, the main sponsor of House Bill 875, did throw in a few surprises.
The bill, as expected, would lift restrictions on guns in churches and bars, allow school boards to arm employees and permit honorably discharged military veterans under 21 years of age to carry a concealed weapon. Unexpectedly, it says getting caught carrying a gun on a college campus would get students' wrists slapped, not cuffed, since it would no longer be a crime, just a civil penalty. Government buildings without "active" security screening would be fair game for people licensed to carry concealed weapons.
Read the article: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution