U.S. Army reprimands chaplain for citing Bible in suicide prevention training session

Atheist activist group threatens lawsuit over school Bible distribution

Atlanta Fire Chief suspended after writing Christian book calling homosexuality ‘perversion’

Atheists prompt investigation into history teacher for ‘preaching’ Christianity in class

Atlanta’s Fire Chief suspended for publicly professing Christian beliefs

Restricted free-speech zones unacceptable on college campus

Court to consider U. of Ga. limitation on most speech to less than 1 percent of campus

Atheist group sues University of North Georgia over 9/11 ceremony with ‘Christian God’

Military group to sue university over prayer at 9/11 memorial service

Georgia school board unanimously votes to remove Scripture from sculpture

Georgia high school will remove Bible verses from football monument fearing atheists’ lawsuit

Atheists, humanists demand Georgia school district remove Scripture from sculpture

Eleven free speech controversies at American universities

Historic civil rights church to be considered for national recognition

Georgia history teacher takes leave from classroom over fight to keep God in school

YouTube sermon censorship: Account canceled after pastor posted sermon message on ISIS

Libertarian students are leading the fight for free speech on campus

Georgia students take a stand for faith, prayer after humanist group threatens suit

Georgia lawmaker accuses atheist group of bullying high schoolers

Georgia town to atheists: Stop bullying our kids

Schools struggle with religious expression on campus

Georgia mall bans Christian women’s group from praying; says it violates ‘code of conduct’ policy

Three states file brief on behalf of Catholic TV station seeking exemption from HHS’ contraception mandate

Women ordered to stop praying inside mall

Rockdale County to pay $30,000 to settle church lawsuit

Three acres is the space you’ll need?

Triumph over zoning rule that prohibited Ga. church from meeting on less than 3 acres

UGA faces accusation it is limiting free speech

For the first time, Georgia’s marriage laws will be challenged

    Shelton Stroman, 42, who manages a pet daycare center, and Chris Inniss, a 39-year-old veterinarian, are the lead plaintiffs. Two other couples, including two of Atlanta police officers, and a 34-year-old woman will also be listed as plaintiffs. Georgia has been one of five states in the country that doesn’t have same-sex marriage litigation pending. The lawsuit to be filed today will change that.

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Georgia parents sue state over private school scholarship program

Georgia Catholic groups win fight over HHS contraception mandate

Georgia: Augusta VA has caroling deal in works

Georgia group tries to keep religious liberty bill alive

Bill to allow guns in churches passes Georgia Senate

Ban on abortion coverage in state health plan passes Georgia House

GA legislature authorizes Ten Commandments monument on state capitol grounds

Georgia religious liberty bill dies

Georgia lawmakers pushing for religious liberty bills

Arizona veto resonates in other state fights | WSJ

Georgia insurance bill bars abortion coverage

27 liberal groups oppose Obama judicial nominee

    Associated Press: “‘During his time as a legislator in the Georgia General Assembly, Boggs demonstrated a troubling lack of concern for individuals whose experience and personal history differ from his own, creating a record that lacks a demonstrated commitment to fairness and equal justice with respect to issues of reproductive freedom, civil rights, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender equality,’ the groups wrote to the 10 Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee.”

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Georgia bill to allow more student prayer finds committee support

GA Senate approves bill allowing religious holiday displays in schools

GA police chief stops Facebook posts about religion after FFRF threatens suit

Georgia: Rep. Hightower introduces student “religious liberties” bill

VA will not respond to caroling demand | Augusta Chronicle

Ga. bill would allow Christmas decorations in schools

Veteran’s Affairs committee wants review of policy on VA’s anti-Christmas acts | Augusta Chronicle

Defend right to sing carols | Augusta Chronicle

Christmas Carols and cards prohibited for U.S. military veterans! | Medium-Presse-Info

Veteran hospital’s ban on Christmas carols draws criticism | CNA/EWTN

Two House Members Object To VA Hospital Christmas Celebration Policies

VA hospitals nix Christmas to ‘protect’ veterans | World Magazine

12 songs approved by Uncle Sam: VA blasted for censoring Christmas music | One News Now

Legal group demands Augusta VA welcome all caroling | Augusta Chronicle

Group demands religious carols be allowed at Augusta VA hospital | Atlanta Business Chronicle

Group asks VA medical center to lift ban on religious Christmas carols in public areas | Fox 19

Athens, GA: City wonders: Did strip-club partners plan to sue all along?

ADF: VA hospital should lift ban on Christmas carolers

Liberty Institute Restores Religious Liberty for Bulloch County Teachers and Students

Federal Court Says Old Sodomy Conviction Cannot Be Basis for Current Sex Offender Registration Requirement

Georgia Supreme Court hears request to toss law against mailing nudity

Defense Secretary Chastises State National Guards That Are Refusing To Issue ID To Same-Sex Spouses

11th Cir. and D. of Georgia judgeship deal in the works

Georgia State AG Says Public Utilities Commission Cannot Direct Fine Money To Care Net Pregnancy Centers

Rep. Johnson: Public Education ‘Being Dismantled’ by Charter Schools

GA: State health plan to restrict abortion coverage

Ga. Insurance Commissioner: Obamacare to Force ‘Massive Rate Increases Up to 198 percent’

Major Health Insurance Company Leaving S.C.

Court declines to dismiss case against abortion doctor