Quick recap: Georgia state legislature passed House Bill 757. The bill would provide an exemption for individuals and religious organizations from participating in same sex marriage ceremonies.
This resulted in a massive outcry from the Left, including threats by a not insignificant group of Hollywood actors/actresses and studios to boycott the state.
In the past week, nearly three-dozen actors, directors and studio companies have threated to pull out of lucrative projects in Georgia — a popular filming location dubbed the “Hollywood of the South” — if Deal signs the bill.
The bill, being duly passed by the legislature, then went to Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, who had until May 3 to sign it.
Any guesses on what Gov. Deal elected to do?
Here’s your answer.