Not letting any grass grow under its feet, GCO filed its reply brief in support of its motion for summary judgment, pointing out that the text of the preemption statute most assuredly deprives Coweta of the ability to ban carry or possession.
Coweta County is arguing that its ordinance is not preempted by state law, and its response to the Motion for Summary Judgment includes Coweta’s own cross motion for summary judgment, asking the court to rule in Coweta County’s favor.
According to the Newnan Times Herald, Coweta County is
GCO filed an amendment to its Complaint today requesting its attorney fees on the basis of Coweta County’s bad faith, stubborn litigiousness, and putting plaintiffs to unecessary trouble and expense. View the amendment and all other files relating to this case here: http://www.georgiacarry.com/county/coweta_parks
GCO has filed a motion for summary judgment in its case against Coweta County.
The Fayette Citizen
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