Associated Press Release
ATLANTA (AP) -- Gun laws in Georgia will not change in 2013.
House leaders said they could not come to an agreement with key senators over whether to expand gun possession rights on college campuses in Georgia.
While a conference committee released a compromise plan late Thursday, lawmakers supporting it acknowledged they did not have the support to force a vote before a midnight deadline. Any bills that don't pass by the final adjournment fail.
Both sides had agreed to allow local K-12 school boards to choose whether to arm certain school employees and allow churches to choose whether to allow concealed weapons on their property.
But House members wanted to relax restrictions for college students. Senate leaders sided with college executives who want to keep their existing bans on concealed weapons.
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