Georgia's 2021 law amends the State's 2016 anti-boycott law which was successfully challenged in federal court in Martin v. Wrigley. The amended bill states that a public entity may not enter into a contract with a company unless the contract includes a written certification that the company is not currently engaged in a boycott of Israel and will not engage in a boycott of Israel for the duration of the contract. The clause excludes sole proprietorships, companies employing five or fewer employees, and companies with contracts valued at less than $100,000.
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