Georgia House votes to repeal citizen’s arrest law over Ahmaud Arbery case

The Georgia House of Representatives voted 173-0 Monday to repeal the state’s Civil War-era citizen’s arrest law in response to the shooting death of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery. The bill, which still requires the approval of the state Senate, could make the Peach State the first in the US to repeal a law granting residents… Continue reading at New York Post