Dear Georgia Gun Owner, The Georgia Constitutional Carry Act of 2017 (HB 156) was assigned to the House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee. Please call as many of the Republican members of the committee below and ask them to support the legislation. Be polite, but firm. Leave a message if they are not available. Ask them to: “Please cosponsor and publicly support HB 156, the Georgia Constitutional Carry Act of
Dear Patrick, I told you last week that HB 156, the Georgia Constitutional Carry Act of 2017, was introduced in the Georgia State House. Initial supporters of the legislation include Reps. Michael Caldwell, Dunahoo, Gravley, Gurtler, Pezold, and Ridley. If you do not see your State Representative on that list, please click below on the image where I have listed your State Rep’s phone number and email address in an excel
Dear Patrick, Constitutional Carry legislation has been introduced! State Rep. Matt Gurtler is the lead sponsor of HB 156 — cosponsors include Reps. Micah Gravley (R-67), Michael Caldwell (R-20), John Pezold (R-133), Jason Ridley (R-6), and Emory Dunahoo (R-30). If you don’t see your State Representative on that list, ask them to support it! I spoke with Rep. Gurtler about the bill yesterday just moments after he dropped it in
Dear Patrick, “I keep hearing about Constitutional Carry – exactly what is it, and how does it restore our Second Amendment Rights?” We get questions like that literally every day from folks, whether they just signed up for our emails, just bought their first firearm or whether they just followed us on our Facebook page. That’s why I thought I’d take a moment here to explain what Constitutional Carry is
Dear Patrick, GGO Executive Director Patrick Parsons has your Second Amendment Legislative Update from Day 1 of legislative session at the Capitol in Atlanta. Please here or click below to catch up on the early developments.