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Last week, corporate America appeared to take a rare stand on principle.
The "Daily Show" host dedicated two segments Monday night to discussing Indiana's heinous Religious Freedom Restoration Act, including a witty bit on "pizza hate."
It is difficult to imagine American culture having become more accepting of homosexuality without the aggressive support of public figures like Pat Haden.
The only purpose of the "religious freedom" laws in Indiana and other states is to assert that discrimination against gay people is acceptable. The only way to "fix" such measures is to repeal them.
It’s baffling why the outrage over the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act isn’t carrying over to the case of Purvi Patel.
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Indiana certainly doesn't want to be remembered for being a bastion of hatred. So why did Indiana Gov. Mike Pence legalize a new wave of intolerance by signing into law Indiana's controversial "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" (RFRA)?