Georgia’s Governor Vetoes Religious Liberty Bill, but Opponents say the Fight Isn’t Over

Georgia’s Governor Vetoes Religious Liberty Bill, but Opponents say the Fight Isn’t Over The controversy continues over Georgia’s so called “religious liberty” bill. House Bill 757 would allow faith-based organizations to deny services to those who violate their “sincerely held religious belief.” Under the bill, clergy could refuse to perform gay marriages, and opponents of…

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Understanding Stalking Charges in the State of Georgia

Understanding Stalking Charges in the State of Georgia Stalking is considered a serious crime that can carry significant sentencing. Stalking is no longer limited to traditional forms of contact, as it now encompasses new forms of electronic communication. In some cases, alleged victims of stalking will provide false information to authorities or mistakenly identify their stalker,…

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