Monthly Archives: March 2016

Legislative Update – March 17, 2016

On March 16, 2016 the Georgia House of Representatives amended the Senate version of HB 757 sending back to the Senate a broad-based religious freedom bill which protects all Georgians from unnecessary government coercion. The current version of HB 757, … Continue reading

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Legislative Update – March 1, 2016

I included a blog post below to help clarify the differences in the current version of the Pastor Protection Act/First Amendment Defense Act and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This post is a summary after Crossover Day (Day 30 of 40), which is when … Continue reading

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How does Georgia’s First Amendment Defense Act differ from the Religious Freedom Restoration Act?

As a result of the Supreme Court decision to redefine marriage, would you have government coerce uniformity of opinion, speech, and action, by force, or do you believe that individuals along with their organizations should have the freedom to choose … Continue reading

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