An Article by Rhonda Cook was printed in the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution describing a recent finding by a U.S. District Court in Atlanta, Georgia.

A federal judge has upheld the Georgia law banning weapons in churches, mosques and synagogues, saying gun rights advocates had not shown that carrying a firearm is necessary to practicing any religion.

U.S. District Judge Ashley Royal late Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed by the gun rights organization and the minister at the Baptist Tabernacle of Thomaston. Royal wrote that Georgia law did not violate the First Amendment right to freedom of religion or the Second Amendment guarantee of a right to bear arms.
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