Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle said Wednesday he will support giving college leaders a say on whether students may carry guns on campus. With a new version of a controversial gun bill expected to be filed Friday, Cagle sat down with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution to talk about why he favors an “opt in” approach to guns, how quickly he wants to privatize parts of Georgia’s troubled foster care system and how to properly honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
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