A Glock handgun available in a raffle promotion at Adventures Outdoors in Smyrna.Via David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) – Georgia lawmakers on Tuesday voted to allow bars and churches to decide for themselves whether or not to let gun homeowners raise weapons into their buildings. The measure heads for the state Senate after the members of Georgia's House of Representatives authorized the regulation with a 119-56 vote, in step with the chamber's Twitter account. The rights of gun homeowners become a big political problem in 2012, when america skilled a rash of mass shootings, together with a massacre that claimed the lives of 20 first-graders and 6 adults in Newtown, Connecticut. Gun-regulate and gun-rights advocates have turned their respective efforts to statehouses after gun regulate law stalled in the U.S. Congress.