Governor Nathan Deal is calling on Georgia lawmakers to address concerns in the newly-passed campus carry act that would allow weapons on college campuses across the state.
Deal’s office released a statement Monday that said he felt “legitimate concerns” have been raised about the bill that passed the Senate Friday and headed to his desk for signature. He indicated he could refuse to sign the bill and asked them to address the concerns before the close of the legislative session — scheduled for March 24.
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