The Cherokee Tribune, by and through the Associated Press, published an article insinuating that Governor Deal worked quietly to help defeat the highly controversial gun bill during the legislative session by “making opposition concerns known”.
“Correspondence obtained by The Associated Press shows the Republican governor had given a key lawmaker research about the law developed by its opponents in the university system. Meanwhile, his chief of staff made it clear in a meeting that Deal was not personally backing the proposal. It failed last month on the final day of Georgia’s annual legislative session.”
Actions speak louder than words, Gov. But of course, I’d like to see the e-mails.