GOV. OF GA: Vetos Religious Freedom Bill Due to Pressure from Google, Disney & AMC


If he didn’t believe in the bill that is one thing, but to cave to the pressures of outside forces–that is cowardly.

Gov. Nathan Deal announced Monday he will veto the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

According to the governor’s office:

“HB 757 doesn’t reflect the character of our state or the character of our people.”

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Deal’s office issued a statement Monday morning saying he would speak at 10 a.m., but did not specify what he would talk discuss.

However, sources told Channel 2’s Lori Geary the governor would be speaking about the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

 

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