Atlanta’s Fox News affiliate reports:
Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to sign a bill allowing Georgia residents to carry handguns in public without a license or background check into law Tuesday. The Georgia Senate passed the legislation on at the beginning of April, sending it to the governor’s desk for signature.
“For law-abiding Georgians, their carry permit is the 2nd Amendment. I’m proud to have worked alongside leaders in the General Assembly to get Constitutional Carry over the finish line, and I look forward to signing it into law,” Kemp tweeted after the bill’s passage.
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Did you see our new TV ad? Brian Kemp is signing a bill into law that would allow dangerous criminals to carry guns almost anywhere. We need to defeat him in November. pic.twitter.com/OheeQ9hdT8
— Georgia Democrats (@GeorgiaDemocrat) April 11, 2022
NEW GEORGIA GUN LAW: Gov. Brian Kemp is just hours away from signing a bill allowing Georgians to carry concealed guns in public without needing a license or background check. https://t.co/4z6Y1x0RQ9
— FOX 5 Atlanta (@FOX5Atlanta) April 12, 2022