On this episode of GeorgiaPol Radio, Charlie, Stefan, and Jon talk about the goings-on during the second week of the Georgia General Assembly along with a couple of special guests. As always, we thank Rich “Sully” Sullivan for the opportunity to allow us on the radio for an hour each week on WGST 640AM, even when wintry doom is looming. You can listen to GeorgiaPol Radio at noon on The Sully Show on 640AM in the Atlanta area and anywhere on plant Earth on the Interwebs or via the iHeartRadio app on your smartphone.
- Segment 1: Charlie, Jon, and Stefan discuss RFRA and the newly proposed First Amendment Defense Act. Plus, Stefan tells us cakes for gay weddings are better than those for straight weddings.
- Segment 2: Natalie Dale from the Georgia Department of Transportation comes on to talk about GDOT’s role in weather events like #Snowpocalypse2016.
- Segment 3: More discussion on FADA and whether or not the bill would prevent public officials and employees from refusing government services due to personal beliefs a la Kim Davis.
- Segment 4: The Mayor of Bowman Pete Gibbons stops in to teach Charlie how to pronounce the name of his city and to make a very important announcement.
Enjoy the podcast while you’re whipping up French toast and/or milk sandwiches.