The Arkansas bill now goes to the state’s Republican governor, Asa Hutchinson, who expressed reservations about an earlier version but more recently said he would sign the measure if it “reaches my desk in similar form as to what has been passed in 20 other states.” But the bill already faces a significant corporate backlash, including from Doug McMillon, the chief executive of Walmart, the state’s largest corporation, who said Tuesday afternoon that Mr. Hutchinson should veto it.
He should have clearly stated his position to the Legislature. Now he waffles.
Reason- Look to Indiana -
The Law is flawed from the outset.
For those that say leave this, that and whatever to the marketplace, well the marketplace has spoken.