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Confronting Discrimination in Georgia

Expand A protestor holds a rainbow-colored flag during a rally in front of the Capitol building in Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 2015. © 2015 AP Photo/David Goldman, File A gay person in the US state of Georgia can be refused a meal at a restaurant because there is no state law prohibiting that kind of discrimination. State lawmakers now have an opportunity to protect vulnerable groups, but may once again prioritize laws that could allow people to discriminate. A civil rights bill pending before the legislature would prohibit discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations.…

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