RELATED: Guns legal on Georgia college campuses
Legislation went into effect in 2017 allowing for guns to be carried by individuals with state licensed permits on any campus that’s part of the Georgia public college and university system, AJC.com previously reported.
MORE: Georgia's year-old campus law still stirs confusion, debate
There are some exceptions to the “campus carry” law. Those include dormitories, fraternity and sorority houses, and buildings used for athletic events. The gun must be concealed.
ALSO: Georgia Appeals Court considers case challenging campus gun law
A group of professors has challenged the law. A decision from the Georgia Court of Appeals if the case can continue is expected in November.
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