Proposed shift in Ind. religion law draws fire

Lawyer: Devout right faces discrimination

Rick Santorum: Should a gay print shop owner be forced to make signs for Westboro Baptist Church?

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Media misinformation on Indiana RFRA

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Questions for Indiana’s critics

    The New York Times: I know that I should say something about the backlash and debate over Indiana’s version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, but it’s been hard to come up with something that I didn’t already say in my column when it was Arizona’s variation on the same law, vetoed under pressure, that was in the news. That column made the case that the only remaining question in the same-sex marriage “debate” was what kind of space, if any, an ascendant cultural liberalism would leave to Americans with traditional views on what constitutes a marriage; that the correlation of forces (corporate now as well as cultural and legal) was such that the choice of exactly how far to push and how much pluralism to permit would be almost entirely in the hands of liberals and supporters of same-sex marriage.


  • Posted: 03/30/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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Ensuring religious freedom in Indiana

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