Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has vetoed a bill aimed at protecting the ability of faith-based organizations to deny services to those who violate their “sincerely held religious belief” and to fire employees who don’t comply with those beliefs.
As with “religious liberty” bills in other states, the Georgia act drew objections from gay-rights groups and big-name companies. The NFL warned that it could endanger Atlanta’s Super Bowl bid.
Fort Worth state Rep. Matt Krause says he’ll offer a constitutional amendment along these lines in next year’s legislative session. Is that a good idea?
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