Hunter Hill on Civil Rights
Removing Confederate monuments is not the solution
Racists and hate-filled ideologies represent ignorance and evil. Violence has no place in our society. Unfortunately, erasing hatred from our country is far more complicated than simply removing monuments in our communities.
Rather, we must understand the complexities of our past, while acknowledging and learning from our failures. Georgia's future relies on our willingness to work together despite the scars of our past."
Source: WABE on 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race
, Aug 16, 2017
Supports Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Gov. Nathan Deal has made it clear he would veto a Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which critics say is designed to discriminate against the LGBT community. Would Hill sign a RFRA into law if he were governor?
"I would sign into law the bill that looks like the religious liberty bill at the federal level that was enacted in the mid-'90s, the same bill that Gov. Deal voted on as a congressman," Hill said.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal on 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race
, Apr 28, 2017
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