A federal judge has ruled that Atlanta's mass transit system had the right to stop a Georgia man who was seen carrying a gun at a train station.
The judge ruled the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority officers had probable cause to stop Christopher Raissi after he tried to use the system while carrying a firearm.
Raissi is a member of GeorgiaCarry.org, a gun rights group that filed the legal challenge.
Raissi was testing a state law that went into effect last year that allows people with gun permits to carry guns on public transportation. The law has sparked several lawsuits.
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