Georgia Bill: No pastor can be forced to perform a same-sex wedding

TVC E. In Georgia, a House Bill 757, was passed last week by the state legislature which states that no pastor can be forced to perform a same-sex wedding. And that a faith-based group could not be forced to hire or retain an employee whose beliefs contradict those of the organization, and that religious schools would be able to reject holding events for people or groups to whom they object. The bill is now on the desk of the Governor of Georgia waiting for his signature to make it official. However, more than three dozen Hollywood actors and directors have signed their names to an open letter threatening to cease all film productions in Georgia if the governor signs the new law which they say discriminates against LGBT groups. There are several tax incentives for the film industry in the State, which has resulted in the production of 248 films and television shows in 2015. This has made it one of the most popular...