The Indiana House of Republicans has published a FAQ document about the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. We look deeper to see what’s real and what isn’t.
Indiana Democratic leaders again called for an appeal of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act following the governor’s press conference on the law on Tuesday.
Indiana Democratic leaders again called for an appeal of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act on Tuesday.
Pence says he wants legislation on his desk by the end of the week clarifying that the RFRA does not give businesses the right to deny services to anyone.
Nearly 70,000 people are expected in Indianapolis this weekend for the Final Four and there’s no shortage of free events for fans visiting the Circle City.
“What we had hoped for with the bill was a message of inclusion, inclusion of all religious beliefs.” Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma said.
Arkansas is poised to become the second state this year to enact such a measure.
“No one is better at playing ‘Yes,’ ‘No,’ or ‘George’ than Governor Mike Pence,” Seth Meyers said, after clips from Pence’s interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos were played back.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act has been trending on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook since Thursday.
The band announced the canceled concert on its Facebook and Twitter pages.
Legal experts said Indiana’s controversial religious objections law overrules city code — allowing for previously outlawed discrimination.
Several businesses have come together in a letter to lawmakers including, Eli Lilly and Company, Angie’s List, Emmis Communications Corporation and Anthem, Inc.