mike pence religious freedom law

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"It didn't do our brand any good, for sure. One, it didn't do the state brand any good. Two, it didn't do the Indiana Republican
"A disproportionate number of homeless youth are LGBT; why would you support a bill that lets organizations turn these people
This week, Indiana's Economic Development Corporation announced it had hired a global public relations firm to help repair
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
If there's an upside to Gov. Mike Pence signing the pro-discrimination SB101 "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" into law last week, it's this: the bigots, homophobes and neo-segregationists have been coaxed out of the woodwork, exposing themselves for what they really believe.
Twenty other states have passed RFRAs since the early 1990s, but Indiana's law is the first to be enacted since gay marriage