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The chamber will be able to offer a limited amount of transportation from Clayton County to the capitol.
Marta's express bus still runs along Tara Blvd into Atlanta.
Well, there goes my hope for this "bored" of commissioners. They are just as inept as the school board. The first simple task and they can't even get on the same page and accomplish hiring someone to do the work for them. What's this about hiring one firm that would be allowed to hire the first firm? !? !?
TSA agents are the ones that need to be watched.
No legal American citizen, who is in lawful possession, should be arrested for merely being in possession of a firearm regardless of where they may be standing when they are standing inside the United States. (Arguable exception to the District of Columbia)
There is already a law on the books about committing a felony act with the use of a firearm. Ms. Mosley don't you know the laws?
TITLE 16 - CRIMES AND OFFENSES
CHAPTER 11 - OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY
ARTICLE 4 - DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTALITIES AND PRACTICES
PART 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
§ 16-11-106 - Possession of firearm or knife during commission of or attempt to commit certain crimes
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O.C.G.A. 16-11-106 (2010)
16-11-106. Possession of firearm or knife during commission of or attempt to commit certain crimes
(a) For the purposes of this Code section, the term "firearm" shall include stun guns and tasers. A stun gun or taser is any device that is powered by electrical charging units such as batteries and emits an electrical charge in excess of 20,000 volts or is otherwise capable of incapacitating a person by an electrical charge.
(b) Any person who shall have on or within arm's reach of his or her person a firearm or a knife having a blade of three or more inches in length during the commission of, or the attempt to commit:
(1) Any crime against or involving the person of another;
(2) The unlawful entry into a building or vehicle;
(3) A theft from a building or theft of a vehicle;
(4) Any crime involving the possession, manufacture, delivery, distribution, dispensing, administering, selling, or possession with intent to distribute any controlled substance or marijuana as provided in Code Section 16-13-30, any counterfeit substance as defined in Code Section 16-13-21, or any noncontrolled substance as provided in Code Section 16-13-30.1; or
(5) Any crime involving the trafficking of cocaine, marijuana, or illegal drugs as provided in Code Section 16-13-31,
and which crime is a felony, commits a felony and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by confinement for a period of five years, such sentence to run consecutively to any other sentence which the person has received.
(c) Upon the second or subsequent conviction of a person under this Code section, the person shall be punished by confinement for a period of ten years. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, the sentence of any person which is imposed for violating this Code section a second or subsequent time shall not be suspended by the court and probationary sentence imposed in lieu thereof.
Well, I have to say that it's creative thinking. I wish them, and us, the best of luck.
So they have voted in what the citizens expressly voted against.
Oust them all, every single last one of them.
Run 'em out on a rail today if it were legal to still tar and feather thieves.
That's what they are, thieves and robbers.
The tax payers said NO and they run it through legislation anyway.
I HAVE BEEN TAXED ENOUGH !
This is going to be like Obama's birth certificate, they're going to drag it out to the point that it no longer matters.
BUT, This does make it official that now we have the Commissioner under investigation, the Chief of Police under investigation and the Sheriff under investigation and indictment.
Wow, I bet every other county in this state wishes they could have as many honorable and news worthy people working for them. (working for themselves that is).
We should pave the northern third of ClayCo for Hartsfield airport expansion and offer Remington Arms Southlake Mall as their new production plant. It is either Remington or Winchester that's looking for a new firearms friendly state to produce their firearms. Why not ClayCo? It is after all a well known testing ground for firearms.
I would like to see it posted, in full, online along with BOC's budget plans for 2013-14.
That would help me believe in their "Transparency of Government" rhetoric.
It's magic money. All the government has to do is print some more and then print some more, and some more. It's magic.
The trend is moving away from public education.
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