Mike Bowers Calls For A “Swift Death” To Georgia Religious Freedom Bills
The former Georgia attorney general, who defended the state’s sodomy ban, releases a scathing memo opposing proposed religious freedom bills in the state.
WASHINGTON — The former attorney general of Georgia, Mike Bowers, on Tuesday released a scathing seven-page memo detailing why proposed religious freedom legislation in the state “is deserving of a swift death.”
BuzzFeed News, which reported on Bowers’ plans over the weekend, obtained a copy of his full memorandum on Tuesday. Bowers, who defended the state’s sodomy ban when attorney general, was to announce his conclusions about the legislation at at a 10:30 a.m. Tuesday news conference in Georgia.
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