This is great news!
Georgia governor Nathan Deal has announced he WILL veto that "religious liberty" bill that was so controversial the last several weeks in the state and throughout the country.
Speaking on Monday, Governor Deal stated unequivocally House Bill 757 "doesn't reflect the character of our state."
He added some very strong words against the measure, which would have granted faith-based organizations the right to deny service to those who violated their "sincerely held religious belief," as well as allowing those organizations to fire employees.
Deal went on to say: