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Deadline Extended for Annual Registration in Georgia

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It’s not too late to file your business’s annual registration.  The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office has been bogged down this year with the implementation of a new computer system.  As a result of the new system, there have been many business that have encountered trouble filing their annual registration.  Recognizing the issue, the Secretary of State has extended the …

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Firearms: Limiting the Governors Powers to Restrict Firearm Sales

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Currently, Georgia law allows the Governor, in a state of emergency, to limit or suspend the sale of certain items, including firearms. A recent bill was introduced in the House that takes firearms out of the list of items subject to these powers of the Governor. Read the bill.

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