From PJ Tatler: The Battle Over Religious Freedom Heats Up Again In Georgia


In 2014, in the midst of a slew of lawsuits cropping up over whether businesses could refuse to bake cakes or provide flowers for same-sex weddings for religious reasons, a group of Georgia lawmakers proposed a religious freedom act in the state legislature. The measure failed…

This legislative session, the theme or religious freedom has reared its head again, this time for a different reason – the firing of Atlanta’s fire chief Kelvin Cochran over a book Cochran wrote in which he makes his views on homosexuality and adultery known.

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