The Georgia House Judiciary Committee canceled a meeting it had planned regarding the so-called "religious freedom" bill. The bill, which would provide a legal means for those in the state who wish to deny services to LGBT people, is in front of the committee since it has already passed the Georgia State Senate. The Georgia State House was supposed to vote on the bill on Tuesday, but since there has been no meeting or debate, it is unlikely the vote will take place. There's no word on whether the meeting will be rescheduled.
The Georgia Religious Freedom Restoration Act is similar to many "religious freedom" bills currently in front of state legislatures and one that was recently signed into law in Indiana. However, Indiana and particularly Indiana's governor Mike Pence have faced significant backlash (#BoycottIndiana) from the bill, as many view it as a means to legalizing discrimination against LGBT people.
The Georgia House Judiciary Committee meeting's cancellation and stalling of Georgia's "religious freedom" bill may be a reaction to the public backlash against Indiana.