First Slice 3-4-16: Human rights advocates push for civil rights law in Georgia

Activists say Georgia is one of only five states that do not have statewide civil rights legislation.

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A group of local human rights advocates wants not only to kill the religious liberty bill, but also to get Georgia to pass a civil rights law. According to the president of the Human Rights Campaign, the state is one of only five that does not already have statewide civil rights legislation.

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