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Stop Discrimination in Georgia!

Stand with the majority of Georgians who believe that no one in our state should be discriminated against because of who they are or whom they love.

Legislative Action Center Georgia has turned a corner in the debate on LGBT non-discrimination. For the first time in the history of the state, lawmakers introduced a record 5 pieces of legislation aimed at addressing the problem of discrimination. Three of those bills are LGBT-inclusive and would take us a step closer to ensuring protections from discrimination across many areas of life. Those bills are still active and up for consideration in 2018. Learn more below and take action. Take Action
Unprecedented: Trend of Anti-LGBT Bills Stalls, Lawmakers Push Bills to End Discrimination in Georgia For four consecutive years, we fought a barrage of anti-LGBT bills. But now, the tides have turned. Lawmakers are introducing proactive measures that would address the problem of LGBT discrimination in Georgia. Now, we need to grow our numbers so that during the 2018 legislative session we have the grassroots momentum to advance LGBT non-discrimination at the State House. Are you in? Add your name. Sign the Petition

Unprecedented: Trend of Anti-LGBT Bills Stalls, Lawmakers Push Bills to End Discrimination in Georgia

For four consecutive years, we fought a barrage of anti-LGBT bills. But now, the tides have turned. Lawmakers are introducing proactive measures that would address the problem of LGBT discrimination in Georgia. Now, we need to grow our numbers so that during the 2018 legislative session we have the grassroots momentum to advance LGBT non-discrimination at the State House. Are you in? Add your name.

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#ICYMI: The Senate couldn't stop at passing a good adoption bill—now they're doubling down on a separate bill, #SB375, that would give taxpayer-funded adoption agencies a #licensetodiscriminate against #LGBT youth and couples. And a vote could come soon: gaunites.org/sb-375

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