- Georgia's state Senate, House pass a revised version of H.B. 757, which supporters say protects religious freedom
- Opponents -- including many business leaders -- say the measure will permit discrimination against gays and lesbians
- Gov. Nathan Deal will review the bill next month; he's said his faith can't justify discrimination based on one's religion
(CNN)As in other states with Republican-led legislatures, a so-called "religious freedom bill" has passed in Georgia. Those who oppose it say the measure permits unjust discrimination against gays and lesbians. Those who support it call it necessary protection for conservative Christians who don't agree with same-sex marriage.