Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed into law Thursday a religious objections bill that some convention organizers and business leaders have opposed amid concern it could allow discrimination against gay people.
New fallout from Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act is coming from around the country.
Marriage expert, Ryan T. Anderson, who supports Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, spoke at IPFW Thursday night.
One attorney thinks the new religious freedom law won’t have much effect on the community. Another said it could have huge implications.
Local Fort Wayne businesses weigh in on Gov. Mike Pence signing the Religious Freedom bill into law.
Pence on Thursday declared a public health emergency in Scott County.
NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday that the governing body for college sports is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people.
ACLU executive director Jane Henegar put out a statement Thursday after Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Some convention organizers and business leaders have opposed the legislation amid concern it could allow discrimination against gay people.
An Indiana man whose collection of shrunken heads, Ming Dynasty jade and other international artifacts became the focus of a 2014 FBI raid has died.
Don Miller died Sunday at his home in rural Rush County. He was 91.
Indiana bars needle exchange programs, but Pence authorized a short-term exchange on the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health officials.
Pence: “This bill is not about discrimination, and if I thought it legalized discrimination in any way in Indiana, I would have vetoed it.”
Members of several religious organizations are speaking out against the bill. The main concern is whether this legislation will allow discrimination in the Hoosier state.