‘Religious liberty’ bill heads to governor’s desk
Georgia lawmakers are fighting back against the “gay”-rights movement. Lawmakers in Georgia moved forward a bill to the governor’s desk that gives faith-based groups and others the right to opt out of serving couples, both “gay” and straight, if they profess religious-based reasons for doing so. Called the “religious liberty” measure, House Bill 757 was passed…
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