Thursday at midnight. That’s when the Georgia General Assembly adjourns, and that’s when we’ll know for certain if we’ve stopped RFRA this year.
Thanks to supporters like you, we’re pulling out all the stops to deliver a loud and clear message to lawmakers: that the people of Georgia will not stand for an Indiana-style “license to discriminate.”
That’s why just today, more than 200 activists, faith leaders, civil rights leaders and allies joined me in Atlanta for a historic march to the State Capitol to rally against RFRA.
We made a statement today, that’s for sure. But it can’t end there. Until Thursday at midnight, our lawmakers need to know that Georgians oppose this bill—so make sure yours hears from you right now.
If today’s rally proved anything it’s that there’s a groundswell of grassroots opposition to RFRA—and this against a bill so many political insiders thought would soar through the General Assembly.
Now RFRA is on its last legs, and we have largely our supporters like you, to thank for it.
Turn on the news and you’ll see the embarrassment and shame Indiana’s RFRA bill has brought to the Hoosier State. But here in Georgia, we can work together to avoid a similar fate. We can’t let up until the Georgia General Assembly adjourns this Thursday at midnight.
We have two days left. Let’s keep it up.SHARE THIS STORY