Georgia's new gun law goes into effect Tuesday. It may take months, however, to say whether the controversy surrounding it is a tempest in a teapot or an actual storm.
"I think the only thing you'll see six months down the road is no one will be shouting," said Jerry Henry, the executive director of Georgia Carry, whose more than 7,300 members lobbied heavily for the law that expands where Georgians may legally carry firearms, including into public schools, bars, churches and government buildings under certain conditions.
But that doesn't mean the law hasn't already had noticeable effect.
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