Some Georgia Republicans eye a middle ground on ‘religious liberty’ debate

| March 9, 2016


Gov. Nathan Deal has made clear he wants sweeping changes to Georgia’s “religious liberty” proposal, which would allow opponents of same-sex marriage to cite religious beliefs in denying services to gay couples. What hasn’t publicly emerged yet is a compromise that can satisfy both sides of the debate.

State Rep. Allen Peake, a Macon Republican, said he and state Rep. Beth Beskin, R-Atlanta, have devised a possible solution.

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