Remember Deal was a Democrat back in the early 90's. Does that make him a worthless Republicrat?Not while anti-gun Deal is in control... Dream on. And even if it did pass, he'd find a way to say it didn't say what it says after signing it... another worthless Republican.
I'm trying to tell you...Not while anti-gun Deal is in control... Dream on. And even if it did pass, he'd find a way to say it didn't say what it says after signing it... another worthless Republican.
Does this mean a student can still be thrown out if the school has a no weapon policy?Nothing in this bill shall be construed to limit the rights of a private institution of post secondary education to exclude or eject a person who is in possession of a weapon or long gun on it's private property as provided for in subsection (c) of Code Section 16-11-127
Well if that's the case, I can't imagine this would give us much ground to work from. I have my doubts about many colleges welcoming us to carry, though I could be wrong.It means that private property rights are respected, even if the private property owner chooses to operate a post-secondary school. Of course, all the can do is trespass you, since you haven't broken any laws. As for if you are a student, I would say it depends on whether they told you up front that your gun was unwelcome. Smart staff lawyer would put that in the agreement you have to sign. Dumb one puts it in the agreement you sign AFTER you have paid.
This!The fact alone that GGO is claiming both this one and HB543 automatically spells doom for both bills (plus the fact they were both written by a freshmen rep who will have to learn his place). Where has GGO been during the entire HB826 Code Revision Commission situation? Not a peep from them. Now, they want to lead the charge on these bills and show us 'compromisers' how it's done? I like what the bills symbolize and agree with them in principal. But was GCO consulted in any way on these? I'm thinking not due to the poor language. We may have found Gregory's replacement.