Opponents Concerned Over Georgia's State FADA Bill

SB 284, a state FADA that would essentially allow religious non-profits to treat LGBT couples like second-class citizens, is causing concern in Georgia.

From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

A little publicized hearing Monday on legislation that would allow religious non-profit organizations to opt-out of serving gay couples or follow government anti-discrimination requirements has stoked the fears of opponents that Senate Bill 284 may be on a fast track in Georgia.

No vote was taken on the bill by the powerful Senate Rules Committee — which decides whether bills receive floor votes in the chamber — but in a brief, 15-minute discussion on its merits, several of the committee’s majority Republican members said they saw little that worried them.

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