Freedom Indiana Opposing “Religious Freedom” Bill

At The Indianapolis Star, Tony Cook writes, “The grass-roots coalition that helped defeat a constitutional same-sex marriage ban in Indiana last year is reactivating for a new fight against controversial ‘religious freedom’ legislation.” Freedom Indiana has been quiet since its win last year, but will re-launch in order to fight a state senate bill meant to protect citizens with strong religious beliefs but that critics say allows anti-LGBT discrimination, Cook reports. “But those voices have been relatively subdued compared with those of social conservatives, hundreds of whom turned out for a Statehouse rally ahead of a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the issue earlier this month.”

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