In Georgia, High school Parents Don’t Want Their Teens On Armed Campuses

The possibility of guns on campus is making a father rethink allowing his son to take college classes next year.

The General Assembly passed House Bill 859, which legalizes guns in Georgia college classrooms. Gov. Nathan Deal has expressed reservations about the bill, citing two groups — dual enrolled high school students in college classes and babies and toddlers in campus child care centers.

Read one parent’s take on the issue here:

What do you think about this?

About the Author

Super Mom
I am a mom who loves my kids!

Be the first to comment on "In Georgia, High school Parents Don’t Want Their Teens On Armed Campuses"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*