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Seems odd to me that so many can be for punishing people for something they have not done but might do because they just wont be able to help themselves.
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To my knowledge, churches are traditionally not considered under laws of "public accommodation" as that would be construed as government interference with religion.
However, there are two versions of the bill ... the House version allows certain facilities to "opt out" of the law, while the Senate version requires facilities to "opt in."
The Georgia Senate passed House Bill 60 with an additional amendment by a 37-18 vote this past Tuesday night. This comprehensive pro-gun reform receives a vote of concurrence in the state House TODAY before the General Assembly adjourns.
Lawmakers in Georgia gave final passage last night to H.B. 60, the most comprehensive pro-gun reform bill in state history. The NRA-backed bill cleared both chambers with bi-partisan support. The bill passed the House by a vote of 112-58 and the Senate by a vote of 37-18.