A grassroots gun rights group had its argument turned on them
Thursday as they tried to convince three judges that a year-old Georgia
law infringes on gun owners' freedom of religion by putting
restrictions on bringing their firearms with them to worship.
They were before a panel for the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals asking them to stop the enforcement of a law that "bans" firearms at places of worship. They claim the law forces gun owners to choose between two constitutional rights -- the First Amendment protection of individual religious choices and the Second Amendment that guarantees the right to bear arms.
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