Scholars: Ruling didn't change Constitution's pastor protections
There is debate among constitutional scholars about whether the First Amendment will continue to protect faith leaders from being forced to perform marriages against their religious beliefs.
Remember, corporations are people, friends
The religious liberty bill proposed in the Georgia House of Representatives does not specifically exclude corporations, which means they can legally claim a religious exemption.
The decision to remove Chick-fil-A from Emory University was based solely on student feedback.
A major reversal
On same-sex marriage
More proof needed.
"The city of Atlanta has one of the highest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations per capita, ranking third among major American cities."
No wedded bliss for this claim
"When [Mitt Romney] was the governor of Massachusetts, he performed 100 — and I’m not sure this number is right, but my mind says it’s about 180 gay marriages."
Handel finds herself in a jam trying to appease two very different groups of voters
Says she was never a member of the Georgia Log Cabin Republicans.
One quote in an extinct newspaper does not equal proof
"Handel endorsed gay adoption" in 2003 when she was running for chairwoman of the Fulton County Commission.
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