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September 6, 2007 --- Attorney General Thurbert Baker today issued a call to federal and state leaders to address serious deficiencies in federal and state laws and educational policies that leave students vulnerable to violence in their schools and on college campuses. Shortly after the Virginia Tech tragedy, Baker, then president of the National Association of Attorneys General, established an ad hoc Task Force on School and Campus Safety comprised of 27 Attorneys General to make recommendations regarding the prevention of, and response to, violence in schools and on college campuses.
http://law.georgia.gov/00/press/detail/ ... 13,00.html

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http://www.naag.org/assets/files/pdf/20 ... Safety.pdf
 

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I don't see where he recommended CCW owners be allowed to carry on College campuses. Oh wait, this is Thurbert Baker, who would rather let a 17 year old rot in jail 10 years for receiving oral sex than even have the possibility that other minors may want their cases reheard under similar situations.
 

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I don't see where he recommended CCW owners be allowed to carry on College campuses. Oh wait, this is Thurbert Baker, who would rather let a 17 year old rot in jail 10 years for receiving oral sex than even have the possibility that other minors may want their cases reheard under similar situations.
Yep, never mind that the General Assembly changed their minds and decided the crime was not a felony.
 
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