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No Guns Allowed In ATL Botanical Garden


Caroline Hill, 5, of Atlanta, stops in front of the “Earth Goddess” mosaiculture plant installation on display at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens June 7, 2013, in Atlanta. ATLANTA -- A judge has ruled that the Atlanta Botanical Garden has the right to bar its visitors from bringing in firearms, even though the garden operates on public property. News outlets report that Fulton County Judge Gail Tusan ruled Thursday that despite the public ownership of the land, the botanical garden is a private entity and may lawfully prohibit guns. Georgia law allows guns on government land and in government buildings, with some exceptions.

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