There may be new life for Georgia’s "religious liberty" bill. Lawmakers have scheduled a committee meeting on Monday, and the topic is expected to be the controversial legislation.
The move comes a day after a key House committee tabled it. The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, said Friday the fight isn’t over.
"We are undeterred. We are not going to stop. We are going to keep working," he said on the Senate floor. "We’re going to prevail in this debate. It may be this year or next year, but we’ll get there."