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Sheriff reviews new gun laws
Georgia gun owners can now carry their firearms in more public places. But what exactly does new legislation that took effect July 1 say? And what exactly is allowed? Madison County Sheriff Kip Thomas met with local residents twice recently, June 24 and 26, to offer clarity on what gun owners can now do.
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New gun law meeting attracts crowd in Madison County
Madison County Sheriff Kip Thomas met with nearly 100 people Tuesday evening in Ila to discuss what's allowed, and what isn't, in a new gun-carrying law that takes effect in Georgia on July 1. "You're going to need a bigger room sheriff," remarked state Sen. Frank Ginn of Danielsville, one of the lawmakers who approved the new law setting rules for ... (more)
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Sheriff to speak on changes in gun laws
Madison County Sheriff Kip Thomas will speak twice in the county this month to talk about changes in the state's gun laws that will take effect July 1. He will speak and answer questions Tuesday, June 24, at the Ila Volunteer Fire Department, then Thursday, June 26, at the Hull Volunteer Fire Department.