CWA of Georgia press release. Today is yet another very dark day for our country. The Biblical view of marriage was mocked by not only the highest court in our land, but by the deafening applause from the highest leaders of our government. Once again, the Court takes into its own hands matters of policy […] READ MORE
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Resource Page for Georgia’s Religious Freedom Legislation Latest news: 5-22-15 The Georgia GOP passes resolution in support of SB 129. We are waiting for the GaGOP to post the resolution. The legislative session wrapped up on Thursday, April 2. Here is a short synopsis for SB 129: SB 129 passed the Senate. Click here for […] READ MORE
Please vote in two important polls on religious freedom in Georgia. Tip: If the results show without the question, then use an alternate browser. Would you like to see Georgia pass a religious freedom bill? Should businesses that provide wedding services be allowed to refuse those services to same-sex couples for religious reasons? (Mouse over […] READ MORE
The fast-paced 2015 Georgia legislative session came to a close at midnight on April 2. The 40-day session opened on January 12, and State Director Tanya Ditty represented your interests as a volunteer lobbyist with a physical presence at the State Capitol throughout the entire legislative session. Concerned Women for America’s seven core issues are: […] READ MORE
2015 Targeted BillsFind bill information, tips for contacting your legislators and other important links. Our Targeted Bills list makes it easy to track the progress of bills involving our core issues, and it is regularly updated to include action items, links to committee and floor votes, and talking points to help you lobby from your […] READ MORE
The 2015 legislative session is down to its final eight days, and Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Georgia is on the front lines at the State Capitol representing your interests. We are watching four bills very carefully. Prayer, in addition to phone calls and e-mails are needed on the following pieces of legislation: SB […] READ MORE
SB 129 passed out of the Senate and is now in the House. By all appearances, it looks like Rep. Wendell Willard, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, is trying to run out the clock on the bill. There are only ten days left in the state legislative session, which means SB 129 needs to […] READ MORE
The Georgia State Senate passed SB 129, the “Georgia Religious Freedom Restoration Act” by a vote of 37-15. SB 129 now moves to the House where it will face a tough battle. We are asking everyone to help light up the State Capitol switchboard by making two phone calls this week: Speaker David Ralston – […] READ MORE
Legislative Update from the Gold Dome The 2015 legislative session is moving at a very fast pace, and Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Georgia is on the front lines at the State Capitol representing your interests. Georgia’s legislative session is only 40 days in length, and Friday, March 13, marks Day 30, also known […] READ MORE
Resources and action items for the new AP (anti)U.S. History Curriculum Framework Without state pushback, this new APUSH Curriculum Framework will go into effect this fall (2014). Without state pushback, APUSH teachers may have to ignore their own state’s U.S. History standards if they hope to prepare their students for success on the new APUSH […] READ MORE
Join believers from around the state and rally for religious freedom! Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Time: 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Location: Georgia State Capitol – south side of the second floor –Encourage your pastor to bring a church bus of members! Confirmed Speakers: Dr. Alveda King, Priests for Life Bishop Wellington Boone, Senior […] READ MORE
Religious Freedom Update On Thursday, February 19, the Senate Judiciary Committee heard SB 129, the “Georgia Religious Freedom Restoration Act”. SB 129 is a straight forward bill that should easily have passed out of committee. However, three Republicans, led by Sen. Bill Cowsert, locked arms with two Democrats and voted to table the bill. Sen. […] READ MORE
Common Core in Georgia: Answers and Action Plans CWA of Georgia recommends this FREE event! Discover Common Core’s impact on Georgia’s children, teachers, classrooms and taxpayers. Connect with people in your community to work together to restore quality education and local control to Georgia’s public schools. When: Saturday, February 28, 2015 Time: 10:00 a.m. – […] READ MORE
Update 2-25-15 February 18, 2015 – Joint House and Senate Education Committee Hearing in Georgia Click here to watch the hearing. Stanley Kurtz and Larry Krieger exposed the underlying dangers of the College Board’s new Framework and the need for an alternative testing options. Guests speaking in opposition to the new APUSH Framework and Exam: […] READ MORE
As the old song goes, “I’ve got Georgia on my mind.” Not only because of the many loved ones I have in the great state, but also because of the current discussion about religious liberty and the deceptive strategy that some opponents of House Bill 29, the Preventing Government Overreach on Religious Expression Act, are […] READ MORE
Every generation has a clarion call, and today that call reverberated through the halls of the State Capitol of Georgia; “religious liberty must be protected at all costs.” Several hundred people from diverse races and backgrounds gathered in the rotunda of the State Capitol in Atlanta to express support for former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin […] READ MORE
Join CWA of Georgia at the rally! Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran was fired last Tuesday because of his religious beliefs. Please show your support for Chief Cochran and attend the “Standing for Our Faith Rally!” When: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 Time: 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Where: Georgia Capitol Rotunda Confirmed speakers for rally: […] READ MORE
At the end of November, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed handed Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran a 30-day suspension without pay simply because he disagreed with the Fire Chief’s personally held religious beliefs. Chief Cochran’s First Amendments rights are being violated because Mayor Reed disagrees with the contents of the Fire Chief’s self-published book, Who Told […] READ MORE
Merry Christmas Greetings! 2014 was a busy and exciting year for Concerned Women for America of Georgia. From Common Core to religious freedom, we worked diligently to pursue policies that would promote Godly principles here in Georgia. We wanted to share with you some of our 2014 accomplishments and 2015 plans. Click here to read […] READ MORE
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