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Former Georgia Representative Stacey Abrams, Thomas Mew, Buckley Beal and Georgia Representative Doug Collins. Former Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams (D-Atlanta); Thomas Mew of Buckley Beal; and Rep. Doug Collins (R-Georgia). (Photos: John Disney and Diego Radzinschi/ALM)

A number of Georgia lawyers joined others across the country in heralding Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling extending workplace discrimination protections to the LGBTQ community, even as some conservative attorneys suggested it could cost President Donald Trump his evangelical base.

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R. Robin McDonald

Daily Report reporter R. Robin McDonald's journalism career includes stints as a staff writer at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Wichita Eagle, and The Anniston Star and as a trial tracker at CourtTV and CNN. She is the author of two true crime books -- Black Widow: The True Story of the Hilley Poisonings and Secrets Never Lie: The Death of Sara Tokars.

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