mike pence anti gay law

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) signed a revised version of a "religious freedom" law Thursday, hoping to quiet national criticism that the original law would have allowed businesses to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.
And Republicans ultimately lost the religious right, RFRA's strongest supporters, with the new measure. Arkansas Gov. Asa
"It’s long past time to enact a comprehensive nondiscrimination law," Blair continued, "and we must continue to work to ensure
Pence's effort to separate religious freedom from LGBT protections has been met with skepticism, in part because of the political
Pence held a news conference on Tuesday to say that he would push for a clarifying measure to the law without elaborating
Pence said he wants the General Assembly to move legislation this week that would make it clear that businesses are not allowed
Wilco Concert AFSCME Conference Comedian Nick Offerman, perhaps best known for playing Ron Swanson on NBC's "Parks and Recreation
Read the full editorial at Indy Star. So far, the state's Republican leaders have defended the law and remained steadfast