April 1, 2016 1:00 PM HomeMorning ReadsAfternoon Reads – April 1, 2016 Afternoon Reads – April 1, 2016 By Nathan Morning Reads 1 Comment Happy Friday! We’re rolling right through the year. I can’t believe it’s already April. I’m filling in today for Ginny, so here’s what you need to know for today, but with feeling this time: National: We’re no strangers to the love…well, lack of it, for the GOP front-runner You know that Rule 40 and so do I A full commitment is what Bernie is thinking of Let’s be honest, the Libertarians wouldn’t get this from any other media guy I just want to tell you how I’m feeling about Microsoft adding BASH to Windows 10 Gotta make you understand why it’s a big deal Not National: The film industry in Georgia is never going to give up tax credits Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens will never let down the people who push for expanded open meetings In spite of a few legislators vowing to never run around and desert religious liberty legislation, top legislative leaders no veto session The Braves final Opening Day at the Ted is Monday. Bravos never going to make us cry? Eh…… One business isn’t saying goodbye after Governor Deal’s #RFRA veto Larry Sabato is never going to tell a lie about the possibility of a Trump nomination and how it could hurt you, Georgia. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author nsmith IT Geek. Former 14th District GOP Chairman. Former Walker GOP Chairman. American. Georgian. Republican. One Comment NoTeabagging RE: One business isn’t saying goodbye after Governor Deal’s #RFRA veto. Until McKoon, Buffons et al give up on legislating discrimination, there will be entities looking for alternatives to long term projects. The article quoted McKoon, “It would seem there were other factors driving the decision,” he said. “If this was the reason for the decision, then logically if the governor removed that impediment you’d think they’d want to come back and do business with us.” No McKoon, you and others are threatening to continue legislating discrimination next year. Only events occurring in the next twelve months are safe. I would suspect long term business investments and events are looking at alternatives based on these threats. April 1, 2016 1:19 PM Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.