Georgia passes NRA-backed gun bill

March 1995
Christian Science Monitor;3/16/95, Vol. 87 Issue 76, p4
Reports on the replacement of the Brady law in Georgia by a new bill approved by a Senate majority and backed by the National Rifle Association. Responses to the new bill; Details on the Brady law.


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