Georgia city wants to make gun ownership mandatory
Could not exercising the right to bear arms mean breaking the law?
In the north Georgia city of Nelson, that may be the case if a proposed ordinance, requiring every “head of household to own and maintain a firearm,” is passed. The city councilman, Duane Cronic, argued that relying on sheriffs isn’t sufficient.
“It’s a deterrent ordinance,” he said. “It tells the potential intruder you better think twice.”