Twenty conservative groups: SB 127 would have ‘chilling effect on free speech in Georgia’

Leaders of 20 national and local conservative action groups have signed onto a letter protesting an amended SB 127, which they said would “have a chilling effect on free speech in Georgia by restricting the ability of nonprofit organizations to engage in public debates and political discourse.”

Signers include Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform, Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots, Erick Erickson of, and Jason Pye of FreedomWorks.

The AJC’s Chris Joyner has your background at A taste:

The letter of protest is addressed to the six House and Senate conferees, now negotiating final details, and to Gov. Nathan Deal. Read it below:

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Jim Galloway
Jim Galloway
Jim Galloway is a three-decade veteran of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution who writes the Political Insider blog and column.