Republicans in the state legislature celebrated the passage of SB 63 this week, which got rid of cashless bail for dozens of criminal offenses.  Supporters of the legislation say it will keep violent criminals from being able to easily get back on the streets.  Democrats on the other hand were universally opposed, and now the ACLU of Georgia says it will challenge the legislation if signed by Gov. Brian Kemp, (as he is expected to do).  Leaders from the civil rights group say the law “restricts conduct protected by the First Amendment” and that it will sue to have it struck down.  A brewing legal fight has the bill’s fate DRIFTING…

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