Its official title is the "Safe Carry Protection Act," and when it was signed by Georgia's Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, the National Rifle Association praised it as the "most comprehensive pro-gun bill in state history." That's because, under its provisions, Georgia residents are now able to carry guns into churches, bars and public buildings. Georgia teachers, with a green light from their school board, can carry guns into their classrooms. This may explain why the statute is better known as the "Guns Everywhere" law.