Georgia is one of the last three states with a ban on same-sex marriage in place and no ruling to overturn it.
Much of the opposition to legalizing same-sex marriage stems from biblical roots. However, some metro Atlanta corporations, consultants, municipalities and judges anticipate a ruling in favor of gay marriage and are already adapting.
According to an article by the AJC, conservative lawmakers are considering several responses to a Supreme Court ruling in favor of gay marriage:
Gov. Nathan Deal stated in April that Georgia will follow the Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage.
"If we respect our form of government, then we have to respect it even if that form of government renders an opinion contrary to our own personal beliefs," he said in an interview with WABE (90.1FM).
The decision is coming, it's just a question of when and what happens if gay marriage wins.