Georgia Religious Exemption Bill May Prevent Atlanta from Being Super Bowl Host City

Georgia Religious Exemption Bill May Prevent Atlanta from Being Super Bowl Host City

The Georgia House and Senate have passed a bill that would allow for religious exemptions. Although many are praising the religious freedom the new bill would provide, if Georgia’s Republican Governor Nathan Deal, signs it into law, Atlanta, Georgia may be out of the running to host the Super Bowl either in 2019 or 2020. According to a report in ChristianHeadlines.com, the NFL has come out against the bill, saying it would encourage discrimination which is against NFL policies. Other businesses are also against the bill, including Delta Air Lines, Google, Home Depot, Coca-Cola, Porsche, and Wells Fargo.  Read more here.