On Tuesday of this week, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed a controversial billthat would allow college students over the age of 21 with concealed carry permits to carry guns on college campuses. The state legislature passed the bill in response to a rash of violent attacks on students at college campuses throughout the state.
Deal waited until the last possible day to veto the bill and remained tight-lipped about his intentions. The Republican stated that the efficacy of the legislation was “highly questionable,” though he had earlier opined that the arguments against the bill lacked validity.
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