“Religious Liberty” Bill Passes Georgia Legislature

Aaron Gould Sheinin and Kristina Torres of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution write, “The Georgia Legislature over the course of a few hours Wednesday unveiled changes to a controversial ‘religious liberty’ bill and gave it final passage, setting off a collision course with corporate leaders and gay rights advocates over charges that it would legalize discrimination in Georgia.” The authors report, “Leaders of the 1.3 million-member Georgia Baptist Mission Board have led the effort for the past two years,” but the state’s powerful corporations, from Coca-Cola to Home Depot, have opposed the measure.


Read at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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