On the first day of Georgia’s new law expanding the right to carry, we had a pair of gun-toting firearm enthusiasts – one of whom wasn’t sure that the fellow in front of him was a good guy with a gun - in a draw-down |Political Insider with Jim Galloway

US storms: At least 18 dead in Georgia and Mississippi Severe weather has killed at least 18 people in the US South and injured many more, emergency officials say. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency in seven counties in the state, where 14 people have died. Four people were killed by tornadoes in Mississippi on... https://www.liveworldnews.co/us-storms-least-18-dead-georgia-mississippi #world #news

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Gov. Nathan Deal (R-GA) forcing the KKK to write the BLACK CODES. I support RACIAL PROFILING. I am making my white police write traffic tickets to only black people...what a great profit

A woman holds a child while walking through a farm that was damaged by a tornado on Jan. 22, 2017 in Adel, Ga. Gov. Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency in several counties, including Cook. Branden Camp, AP

Sen. Carter on Nathan Deal's $1 million ethics tab

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Georgia May Turn Blue and Democrat Jason Carter Leads Gov. Nathan Deal - A new Insider Advantage poll of the state has found that Democratic candidate Jason Carter is leading Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, 41%-38%.

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Nathan Deal signs broad gun rights expansion - House Bill 60, which passed in the final hours of this year’s legislative session, allows Georgians to legally carry firearms in a wide range of new places, including schools, bars, churches and government buildings. A recent analysis also said it could let felons use the state’s “stand your ground” rules to claim self-defense if they feel threatened. : ajc 4/23/14 #Ga

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Jenny Bullard carries a pair of boats from her home that was damaged by a tornado, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017, in Adel, Ga. Gov. Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency in several counties, including Cook, that have suffered deaths, injuries and severe damage from weekend storms.

Gov. Nathan Deal said he will veto the “religious liberty” bill that triggered a wave of criticism from gay rights groups and business leaders and presented him with one of the most consequential challenges he’s faced since his election to Georgia’s top office. The measure "doesn't reflect the character of our state or the character of its people," the governor said Monday in...

People are reflected in a swimming pool as they work to clean up at a home that was damaged by a tornado, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017, in Adel, Ga. Gov. Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency in several counties, including Cook, that have suffered deaths, injuries and severe damage from weekend storms. (AP Photo/Branden Camp)

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