Click the Take Action button and urge your state senator to vote for House Bill 859 -- the Campus Carry bill.  Tell him or her that no one should give up their constitutional rights when they step onto a public college campus.

Urge Your Senators to Support Campus Carry

Take action now to defend your rights!

Campus Carry legislation, HB 859, is now in the Georgia State Senate. 

In other words, if you have a concealed carry license, you don’t give up your constitutional rights when you step onto a public college campus.

The bill is a response to the usual product of a gun-free zone -- violent crime.  It passed the State House last week by an overwhelming 113-59 vote.

“Robberies at Georgia State University’s downtown campus library -- committed within weeks of each other, with two occurring on the same day -- have increased support among some students and lawmakers for campus carry,” reports The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Campus Carry fixes that.

And it pushes our gun rights closer to being totally restored.

ConcealedCampus.org tracks campus carry laws throughout the country.  They report that more than 150 U.S. college campuses have allowed concealed carry for a combined total of almost 1,500 semesters over the past twenty years. And yet, they say, “Not one of these campuses has seen a single resulting act of violence (including threats) or a single resulting suicide attempt.”

Go here to tell your state senator to vote for House Bill 859.

Sincerely,

Erich Pratt
Executive Director
Gun Owners of America

P.S.  Go here to tell your state senator to vote for House Bill 859 -- the Campus Carry bill.

Under HB 859, if you have a concealed carry license you don’t give up your constitutional rights when you step onto a public college campus.  The bill is a response to the usual product of a gun-free zone -- violent crime.

Go here to tell your state senator to vote for House Bill 859.