Louisiana governor draws IBM's ire for issuing religious freedom order
June 23, 2015
Tech giant IBM has cancelled a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new National Service Center in Baton Rouge as a sign of protest against the religious freedom executive order issued last month by Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal. Jindal, who is set to announce his Republican presidential nomination bid this week, issued the order after the Louisiana legislature killed the Louisiana Marriage and Conscience Act bill.
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