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Church Carry Bill Introduced in Georgia

Kennesaw, GA – Today, Georgia Gun Owners, a non-profit, grassroots gun rights organization announced support for H.B. 54, a bill to remove the State of Georgia’s ban on carrying a firearm in places of worship throughout Georgia.

“Over the past decade, at least 20 instances have been documented thoughout the country where a crazed thug enters a place of worship and shot, or attempted to shoot, the place up,” said Patrick Parsons, Executive Director, Georgia Gun Owners.

Once Church Carry is passed in Georgia, individuals will be able to defend themsleves and their families against those that would do them harm while they are simply trying to worship peacefully.

“Georgia Gun Owners calls on Speaker of the House David Ralston, Governor Nathan Deal, and every elected legislator to pledge public support for H.B. 54.”

“The only way to know where our elected officials stand on this issue is to have a clean, public, up or down vote in the legislature.”

H.B. 54 simply removes Georgia’s ban on carrying in places of worship.

“We are literally one Jared Loughner away from a major massacre here in Georgia in one of our places of worship. Right now, you are in violation of the law, and a criminal, if you carry in your place of worship. Once H.B. 54 is passed, people like Jared Loughner will know that there is at least the potential for someone in a place of worship that would put him down before he could do any damage,” said Mr. Parsons.

For more information about H.B. 54, please contact Ashley Rodriguez at press@georgiagunowners.org.

Please visit our website: www.georgiagunowners.org.

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