Indiana’s governor signs controversial religious liberties bill into law

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act will prevent state and local governments from imposing a “substantial burden” on a person’s free exercise of religion, unless the government can demonstrate a compelling reason. It mirrors a federal law enacted in 1993; similar statutes are on the books in 19 states. Gay rights groups call it a “license to discriminate.”

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