Proponents of RFRA just announced that tomorrow’s crucial House Judiciary Committee vote on the “license to discriminate” bill is postponed.
This turn of events shows that what we’re doing is working. For months, supporters like you have told lawmakers that RFRA is a harmful bill that will have devastating consequences for Georgia—and now, they’re listening.
But make no mistake: RFRA is NOT dead—not yet anyway. Lawmakers are still in session untilthis Thursday at midnight, and supporters of this shameful bill won’t leave a stone unturned as they work to legalize state-sanctioned discrimination against gay and transgender Georgians.
At any moment between now and Thursday, RFRA could be brought up for a vote. We must remain vigilant; otherwise this harmful bill could still be signed into law.
So on Tuesday at noon, hundreds will rally together in Atlanta to show that the people of Georgia oppose RFRA. Click here for all the details—and let us know you’ll be there to help make history.
We can do this. We can stop RFRA in Georgia.
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