Opposition to the bill — which has become increasingly fervent as the legislative session nears its end — has continued to grow. From the AJC:
"[O]n Monday, activists presented [Gov. Nathan] Deal's office with 23,000 petition signatures urging him to stop the measure. Additionally, the head of the Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta last week sent state lawmakers petitions signed by more than 4,000 Korean Americans from Gwinnett County who are opposed to the legislation."
Last week, human rights groups threatened to boycott Georgia if Deal doesn't veto whatever anti-illegal immigrant legislation that lands on his desk.
The state House voted overwhelmingly in favor of the bill back in early March.
Also Burroughston Broch can't tell when when people are being sarcastic
Hahaha look at me I'm white and I'm being flippant about racism
@ Mark Millen
"Find out how much of that figure will go towards this project…
@ Mark from Atlanta
"In all honestly my friend, you cannot not really know who…
Actually, Broch, no I don't want to reconsider. You are talking about an arts center…
"OK, then you identify The Man. Please be specific."
In all honestly my…