In Georgia, the House and Senate have finally passed a compromise religious liberty plan. It does not give all sides what they wanted. I had home for more aggressive protections of small, for profit businesses. But the leaders of both Houses stripped that out.
What the bill does do, however, is allow private, religious schools to be able to hire and fire based on their faith standards without losing their tax exempt status. The bill does protect religious non-profits and churches from state and local harassment.
Governor Deal asked for a compromise and both houses of the legislature gave him one. Now is time for Governor Deal to sign it into law. Take action.