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Georgia's New Pro-gun Law Triggers Confusion For Some Residents : Npr

A gun advocate displays his rifle across his chest in protest at a gun control rally at the Georgia State Capitol last June. Gun rights activists in Georgia have been trying for years to pass versions of the Safe Carry Protection Act, which will go into effect in the state on July 1. Tami Chappell/Reuters/Landov Protesters participate in the Guns Across America rally at the state capitol in Atlanta in 2013. The Safe Carry Protection Act goes into effect on July 1, but it's already creating confusion for many Georgia residents. Tami Chappell/Reuters/Landov Starting on July 1, when the Safe Carry Protection Act goes into effect, Georgians with gun permits will have many more places to take their weapons. The law is considered the most sweeping pro-gun measure passed in the U.S.
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Uganda says US sanctions over anti-gay law hit vulnerable - Yahoo News

Uganda's foreign ministry insisted relations would not be harmed. "There are more areas of cooperation between the Uganda and the US, as the two countries continue to share a lot in common on both regional and international issues," the statement added. Rights groups say the law has triggered a sharp increase in arrests and assaults of country's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.
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