Indiana Governor Signs Religious Freedom Law
March 27, 2015
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a law protecting religious freedom in his state.
Gay rights groups and some businesses say the Religious Freedom Restoration Act could open the door to discrimination.
Pence said it's not about discrimination but preventing government from infringing on religion
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