A small town in north Georgia unanimously passed an ordinance that requires every household to own a gun and ammunition.
But the new law, which goes into effect in 10 days, seems to be more in reaction to talk of gun control rather than to crime.
"People ask me if we're like Mayberry," said Heath Mitchell, who has been the police chief of Nelson, Ga., for a little over three years and is currently the town's only police officer. "I tell them we're quieter than Mayberry. They've got a lot more...Full Story