GA Governor Caves to Pressure Vetoing Religious Liberty Protection Bill
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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has caved to pressure and information that is completely inaccurate. He has decided to veto the Religious Liberty Protection Bill passed by the House and the Senate in his state.
Mat Staver: Matt, this is just another one of these situations where, like Governor Pence in Indiana, you remember that where he also caved on a religious liberty protection bill. A bill that was designed to protect Christians, pastors, churches from being forced to participate in same-sex weddings.
Matt Barber: Yea…Governor Nathan Deal is a bad deal for Georgia. I’ve seen some posts and other things where people are now trying to recall him. A person is supposed to do the right thing because it’s the right thing to do. this is a bill in Georgia that simply would have protected pastors from being forced, against their conscience, to perform so-called “gay weddings.” And to prevent average laymen and business owners and other people from being forced to attend or put their endorsement, their stamp of approval, and create goods and services using their artistic forms and their talent. The photographer, the baker and so forth…it would have protected them…
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