Atlanta Responds to GCO’s Motion for Summary Judgment in Parks Ban Case

The City of Atlanta has filed its response to GCO’s motion for summary judgment in a case in the Superior Court of Fulton County.  GCO is suing Atlanta and several other Fulton County entities over ordinances banning the carrying of firearms in parks.  In its response, Atlanta claims that its ordinance is a reasonable regulation on the discharge of firearms.  Atlanta also claims that its ordinance is consistent with Georgia’s public gathering law.  A copy of Atlanta’s response may be viewed here.

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One Response to “Atlanta Responds to GCO’s Motion for Summary Judgment in Parks Ban Case”

  1. Securus Transportos Says:

    Exhibit A HB 1122 appears to be a proposed change in the law, not law by a long shot. Is it possible that Atlanta believes it can Just make up it’s own rules and laws by having a bill placed in motion. If so I guess we could assume at this time the we can act within the law as HB89 spells out.