Religious Freedom Restoration Act being signed

 The Religious Freedom Restoration Act is a bill that limits state and local governments from infringing on Hoosiers' religious practices.

Opponents of the bill who signed some of these online petitions call it “state sanctioned discrimination." Others online are saying the bill is an embarrassment to the state, saying it “sets us back 50 years.”

Supporters say the goal is not to allow discrimination but to protect business owners' religious freedoms.  

They say the bill keeps the government from intruding too far, forcing them to provide goods or services that compromise their beliefs.
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