Packing for an outing has new meaning in Georgia these days, and the restaurant industry has every right to be upset about it.On May 14, Republican Gov. Sonny Perdue signed into law a controversial bill that would allow people with firearm licenses to carry concealed guns into restaurants that serve alcohol as well as on public transportation and in state and local parks.The bill was one of the most heavily lobbied of 2008, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and Perdue has said ...
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