Tuesday, March 31, 2015

How Indiana's RFRA is different from those of other states


ThinkProgress has an article, by Judd Legum, and chart that explains in more detail how Indiana's RFRA differs from that of all other states (it is more like that of Texas), link here.

The fact that Indiana specifically allows it to apply to disputes among private entities makes it easier for some entities to avoid the usual penumbra of public accommodations.

Hence the governor wants the legislature to bring the law more in line with that of all the other states marked in red on the map. 

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