Georgia Governor Nathan Deal Agrees To Veto Controversial Exercise Protection Act | Film News
Thanks to the pressure from Netflix, Disney and more than 30 other major Hollywood stars, directors and producers succeeding in persuading the Georgia Governor to veto a controversial anti-gay bill that would allow state based faith groups to discriminate or deny services based on sexuality.
Governor Nathan Deal has confirmed he will veto the Exercise Protection Act, speaking at a press conference he commented: “Our people work side by side without regard to the color of our skin, or the religion we adhere to. We are working to make life better for our families and our communities. That is the character of Georgia. I intend to do my part to keep it that way. For that reason, I will veto HB 757”.
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