The Real Religious Freedom Fight Is About to Begin—in Louisiana

At The Washington Post, Hunter Schwarz reports that potential presidential candidate Governor Bobby Jindal may rocket into the national spotlight by signing Louisiana’s Marriage and Conscience Act. Supporting the bill is a risk for Jindal, who has already come out in favor of Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Schwarz writes. “On the flip side, though, is that in a crowded GOP presidential field, it could also give Jindal a national profile more quickly and effectively than anything else he has done, and could turn him into something of a hero in socially conservative circles.”

Read at The Washington Post

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