Well, I am opposed to it. While I understand the law was probably motivated by the made for TV movie around the time this was being dreamed up . . . there are other ways to keep items out of an area than passing a criminal law.ICP_Juggalo said:While I am not opposed to this law . . .
I got fingerprinted at the airport for a security badge on Wednesday. It only takes a few days for the FBI to turn that around...Malum Prohibitum said:So - probate courts - six months or more (50 days to return the background check that is "instant" and whenever to issue the license, since 60 days means squat) and nuclear facilities - two days.
Yes, they are. The Southern Company owns all of the nuclear facilities in Georgia, and they can keep out anything they want and install metal detectors and basically do anything for security as a condition of entering the facility or property.Are these private property?