Indiana Governor Mike Pence Vows State Won’t Change “Religious Freedom” Law

At Bloomberg Politics, David Lerman and Jack Clark report that Indiana Governor Mike Pence is refuting criticism of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act he signed last Thursday. The act, condemned for apparently allowing businesses to discriminate on religious grounds, has led to economic consequences as industry leaders speak out against the law and pull projects from Indiana. “We’ve been under an avalanche of intolerance and I’m not going to take it lying down,” Governor Pence said on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday. “We’re not going to change the law.”

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