GCO Asks TSA to Deny Gun Ban in Hartsfield Security Plan

GCO has written Kip Hawley, head of the TSA, asking him to reject Atlanta’s request to amend its airport security plan to include a ban on guns throughout the airport property.  A copy of the letter may be viewed here.


2 Responses to “GCO Asks TSA to Deny Gun Ban in Hartsfield Security Plan”

  1. Georgia Carry : An information clearinghouse for Georgia Firearms License issues and news » Blog Archive » GCO files Freedom of Information Act Request with TSA Says:

    […] is trying to create a back door way to ban firearms if their case should fail. In addition to our letter to the TSA to deny Hartsfield’s request of the security plan change in an effort to stop this action in its early stages, we have also […]

  2. rustygray Says:


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