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Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Fuqua Conservatory. (Photo: John Disney/ALM) Atlanta Botanical Garden, Fuqua Conservatory. (Photo: John Disney/ALM)

The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday breathed life back into a gun-rights advocacy group’s fight to openly carry firearms in the gun-free Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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R. Robin McDonald

Daily Report reporter R. Robin McDonald's journalism career includes stints as a staff writer at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Wichita Eagle, and The Anniston Star and as a trial tracker at CourtTV and CNN. She is the author of two true crime books -- Black Widow: The True Story of the Hilley Poisonings and Secrets Never Lie: The Death of Sara Tokars.

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