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Thread: GA is no longer a shall-issue state

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    If you follow the chain of events here: http://www.georgiacarry.org/cms/category/action-items/60-days/

    You will see that the GA Supreme Court has upheld a lower court ruling that Probate Judges issuing Georgia Firearms Licenses (GFLs) may wait as long as it takes to get complete background checks to issue licenses, regardless of the statutory 60-day time limit.

    Since an applicant with no disqualifying information does not even require a report to be submitted back to the judge (by the local law enforcement agency running the checks), they may now legally wait indefinitely to issue a GFL by waiting on a report that will never come.

    GA is now effectively a may-issue state.

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    I tried to follow the link, but the main frame gave following error:
    Error 404 - Not Found

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    Try this link

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    You'd think that a Southern state would want to take steps to reverse its stereotypical image of being discriminatory and racist rather than reinforce that image through making it legal for the police to pick who can and can't defend themselves...

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