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Despite two recent mass shootings, including one in Georgia, the state Senate on Monday passed a gun rights bill that proponents say protects the Second Amendment freedoms of citizens.

ATLANTA — Despite two recent mass shootings, including one in Georgia, the state Senate on Monday passed a gun rights bill that proponents say protects the Second Amendment freedoms of citizens.

The bill passed along party lines, with Republicans, who control the chamber, voting in favor of it.

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Andy Miller is editor and CEO of Georgia Health News.

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Red dog

The only time Democrats take action is spending taxpayer money or attempt to take your guns away.

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