The effort to include non-discrimination language in the religious liberty bill takes shape

GA GOP district conventions support religious freedom bill

Georgia senator vows to resurrect state religious freedom bill in 2016

Attorneys for Christian Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran: Atlanta’s attempts to dismiss discrimination lawsuit show he was fired for his beliefs

ADF extinguishes Atlanta’s arguments in defense of discrimination against fire chief

City responds to ex-fire chief’s suit

Georgia Right to Life disappointed in lawmakers’ failure to pass religious liberty measure

Claims of discrimination come with Georgia House Bill SB-129

UGA lifts campus restrictions on student speech

City of Atlanta can’t defend the firing of Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran says ADF

Atlanta’s desperate defense of Christian discrimination falls short

Ex-Atlanta Fire Chief Cochran didn’t get written permission to write religious book, says city lawyers

Atlanta officials ask court to dismiss lawsuit filed by chief fired over Christian book

Atlanta’s desperate defense of discrimination still deficient

UGA students’ freedom no longer stuck in the ‘speech zone’

God, GeorgiaTech, and going legal: A reflection on my First Amendment lawsuit nine years later

U. of Georgia abandons free speech zones

Air Force reverses ban on ‘have a blessed day’ greeting

Ga. Senate OK’s religious freedom bill

University of Georgia revises ‘free speech zone’ and ‘speech permit’ policies

Biblical orthodoxy and the disqualification of Christians from public service

UGA revises freedom of speech policies, student group drops lawsuit

Do you believe?

Michael Bowers’ religious freedom contretemps

U. of Ga. revises policy that limited speech to less than 1 percent of campus

‘I would hug him,’ says florist of accuser

The evolution of anti-Christian activism

Baptist briefs: Fired Atlanta fire chief sues city

Memo to Atlanta’s Mayor: Reinstate Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran

Fired fire chief fires back at Atlanta: Washington Post produces fine indepth piece

Lawyer: Atlanta chief’s firing recalls the Red Scare

Question for the New York Times: ‘If gays are offended, do Christians have rights?’

Atlanta councilmember attempts to explain comments on fired fire chief

Ousted Christian fire chief files lawsuit against city of Atlanta

Reed responds to U.S. Reps. over Cochran firing

Georgia fire chief Kelvin Cochran sues Atlanta after firing over Christian faith

Former Atlanta fire chief sues over his firing

Kasim Reed responds to concerns over fire chief’s firing

Former Atlanta fire chief files federal lawsuit

Fire chief sacked for Christian faith firing back

Atlanta fire chief fights dismissal over religious beliefs

Atlanta’s former fire chief sues the city, says he was fired because of religious beliefs

Kelvin Cochran, Atlanta fire chief fired for Christian writings, files federal suit

Former Atlanta fire chief sues city, claiming he was fired for Christian faith

Former Shreveport Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran sues Atlanta

ADF eager to debate ‘pretext’ behind fire chief’s firing

Atlanta ex-fire chief sues after firing for writing a book

Former Atlanta fire chief Cochran files federal lawsuit against city, mayor

Cochran sues over firing; U.S. reps weigh in

Former Atlanta fire chief sues city, mayor

Fire chief fired for faith sues city of Atlanta

Terminated Atlanta fire chief files lawsuit against the city

UPDATE: Kelvin Cochran sues the mayor over wrongful termination due to his religious beliefs

What happens after same-sex marriage comes to Georgia

Fire chief’s feet to the flame: Kelvin Cochran is fighting back to protect freedom of belief

Ex-fire chief who claims he was terminated over his Biblical views on homosexuality sues – and delivers a message about ‘freedom’