Georgia State Representative Byung “BJay” Pak, an attorney with Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams, was quoted in a recent National Review article entitled, “Georgia Religious-Liberty Fight Reveals Christian Right’s Weakened Influence.”
The article discusses how Gov. Nathan Deal’s veto of the controversial religious freedom bill has stoked the long-standing tensions between the business and evangelical wings of the Georgia Republican party. “Economic prosperity is of course vital for the state,” commented Pak. “It wasn’t the most significant factor in my decision, but we have to consider: What image are we projecting to the business world?”
Click here to read the full article on the National Review website.