Georgia Governor Nathan Deal today signed a bill that expands gun carry rights in the state, CNN reported:

House Bill 60, or the Safe Carry Protection Act of 2014 — which opponents have nicknamed the “guns everywhere bill” — specifies where Georgia residents can carry weapons. Included are provisions that allow residents who have concealed carry permits to take guns into some bars, churches, school zones, government buildings and certain parts of airports.

There was much support for Deal signing the law, but the backlash from the anti-gun crowd was rather large.

Naturally, if there’s a gun carry right being expanded anywhere, Piers Morgan can be counted on to lead the charge against it:

Morgan’s criticism was worded mildly compared to a few others:

Some pledged to avoid the state as a result of the new law and claimed it would cost Georgia in tourism dollars:

Perhaps visiting a tighter gun control zone, such as Chicago, would be safer?

Editor’s note: This post has been edited to correct a typo.