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Published on March 21st, 2016 |

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Buckhead Coalition urges Gov. Deal to veto ‘Religious Liberty’ legislation

The Buckhead Coalition is urging Gov. Nathan Deal to veto the “Religious Liberty” legislation, officially designated HB 757 of the Georgia General Assembly. The Coalition issued the following statement Monday, March 21:

“The Buckhead Coalition is a nonprofit membership of 100 men and women from the ranks of chief executive officers of leading area businesses.  It has respect for all who strive to theologically protect diversity in religion.

“However, we empathize with the many fearful of potential discrimination the “Religious Liberty” HB 757 Georgia Legislation could cause.  Thus we endorse its opposition recorded by both the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and over 400 other organizations in our State.

“We plead with our Governor to veto this legislation.”

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    One Response to Buckhead Coalition urges Gov. Deal to veto ‘Religious Liberty’ legislation

    1. CHARLES MOORE says:

      REALLY IS UNBELIEVEABLE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MONEY FOR MORALS……

      WHERE ARE THE TOP ATLANTA CHRISTIAN LEADERS IN THIS DISCUSSION ????????

      IN PURE LAYMAN TERMS, IS PURE BULLSHIT!!!

      BORN IN ATLANTA, 30 YEARS BUSINESS IN ATLANTA

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