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    Georgia Governor Signs Sweeping Gun Bill, Says It's A 'Great Day' To Be In Georgia

    Georgia Governor Signs Sweeping Gun Bill, Says It's A 'Great Day' To Be In Georgia

    Governor Deal signed a sweeping gun bill Wednesday, expanding the places where people can carry firearms in Georgia.

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    Between GPB's new "37 Weeks" series about Sherman's March and Saturday’s second annual Cannonball House trolley tour, Macon has Civil War Sesquicentennial fever.

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    37 Weeks - Week 1

    Week 1

    It is late April, 1864.

    General William T. Sherman plans to push his Union armies directly south by way of the Western and Atlantic Railroad, supply line for both the Union and Confederacy...

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