Indiana's RFRA law is different and much broader then the Federal version or other states versions. Sections 7 and 9 especially. So when people, including Pence are pointing to the 1993 law, or other states RFRA they're being dishonest. The Indiana RFRA law is poorly written and vague. Other RFRA's have limitations, Indiana's does not.
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If the business owners were Muslims the government would side in favor of them. I am all for one's right to refuse service to any persons of their choosing. FK the fed.
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I peg it 60-40 in favor of being upheld, Indiana is in the most consertative appeal court circuit in the country. And SCOTUS will not be reviewing this case. In fact 20 states have similar laws and I've not heard about those laws being challenged. The only people upset about this are the people who cruised around town looking for the one bakery out of ten with bible verses on the door to jack up. Unless you are a trouble maker you have literally no chance of this being a proble