GCO Petitions SCOTUS to Take Church Carry Case

GCO has petitioned the Supreme Court of the United States to take an appeal of the so-called “church carry” case, in which GCO challenges a Georgia law banning carrying firearms in churches. GCO brought the case in the Superior Court of Upson County, Georgia, which removed the case to the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. The federal court dismissed the case and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal. GCO now seeks to have the nation’s highest court review the decision. In the appeal, GCO asserts that the First Amendment’s “free exercise” clause prohibits states from banning activities in churches when such activities generally are permitted elsewhere in the state. The documents may be viewed here.

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One Response to “GCO Petitions SCOTUS to Take Church Carry Case”

  1. stew7503 Says:

    What will it take to get this approved?Do we have to have a Sunday class invaded by gunmen. We are charged with care for our child, but by law are not allow us to do so. .

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