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Deal's vetoes on guns, faith bucked his GOP base
Term lmits, corporate persuasion cited
Religious Objections Ledb
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal - photo by Associated Press
ATLANTA — When Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal recently vetoed bills allowing guns on college campuses and shielding religious people who deny people services based on their faith, he was directly bucking his fellow Republican lawmakers, who overwhelmingly supported the proposals, and possibly losing points with his conservative political base. Why would he do such a thing?
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