You can’t turn on the news in Atlanta these days without hearing about somebody urging Georgia Governor Nathan Deal to veto House Bill 757, the long-debated bill (also known as the Free Exercise Protection Act) that protects religious freedom and which passed the state legislature this month.
The religious liberty fight has raged in Georgia since at least 2014, with bills scuttled during the two previous legislative sessions. Governor Deal asked the legislature to make certain compromises to ensure his signature on the bill, and now he is sitting on the bill and thinking of vetoing it under pressure.
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