New fireworks law goes into effect July 1
by Jessica Lindley
June 28, 2015 12:23 AM | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
A new law that makes it legal for residents to set off consumer fireworks in Georgia will go into effect just in time for the Fourth of July holiday. House Bill 110, which was signed by Gov. Nathan Deal on May 5 and goes into effect Wednesday, allows for the sale, purchase and use of consumer fireworks, which are defined in the law as “any combustible or explosive composition or any substance or combination of substances or article prep...
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Aside from Confederate historical sites (i.e. cemeteries, monuments, battle sites or museums), should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?