'Adios Amazon': Tech giant sparks Georgia Capitol debate

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'Adios Amazon': Tech giant sparks Georgia Capitol debate

FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2018 file photo, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal talks to reporters after delivering the State of the State address at the state Capitol in Atlanta. With Atlanta among the 20 cities still being considered for Amazon’s second headquarters, lawmakers and lobbyists are citing the corporate giant in various legislative battles. Two flashpoints have been a “religious liberties” bill _ viewed by some as anti-LGBT _ as well as a trio of bills dubbed by opponents as “adios Amazon” because they’re related to immigration issues. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2018 file photo, Georgia House speaker David Ralston expresses disappointment in the Senate during comments to the media after the Senate failed to act on a house adoption bill in Atlanta. With Atlanta among the 20 cities still being considered for Amazon’s second headquarters, lawmakers and lobbyists are citing the corporate giant in various legislative battles.
Two flashpoints have been a “religious liberties” bill _ viewed by some as anti-LGBT _ as well as a trio of bills dubbed by opponents as “adios Amazon” because they’re related to immigration issues. (Bob Andres/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

'Adios Amazon': Tech giant sparks Georgia Capitol debate

FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2018 file photo, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal talks to reporters after delivering the State of the State address at the state Capitol in Atlanta. With Atlanta among the 20 cities still being considered for Amazon’s second headquarters, lawmakers and lobbyists are citing the corporate giant in various legislative battles. Two flashpoints have been a “religious liberties” bill _ viewed by some as anti-LGBT _ as well as a trio of bills dubbed by opponents as “adios Amazon” because they’re related to immigration issues. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2018 file photo, Georgia House speaker David Ralston expresses disappointment in the Senate during comments to the media after the Senate failed to act on a house adoption bill in Atlanta. With Atlanta among the 20 cities still being considered for Amazon’s second headquarters, lawmakers and lobbyists are citing the corporate giant in various legislative battles.
Two flashpoints have been a “religious liberties” bill _ viewed by some as anti-LGBT _ as well as a trio of bills dubbed by opponents as “adios Amazon” because they’re related to immigration issues. (Bob Andres/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)
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