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Indiana governor signs amended 'religious freedom' law

Author: Tony Cook and Tom LoBianco, The Indianapolis Star, and Doug Stanglin, USA Today, Published on: 2 April 2015

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday signed into law revisions in the state's divisive Religious Freedom Restoration Act...[to counter] fears that it would allow businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians... The business community and civic leaders throughout the state had overwhelmingly opposed the law... But several embraced the fix that legislative leaders unveiled Thursday morning [including Indiana Pacers, Salesforce]... 

However, Angie's List rejected the compromise... "Our position is that this 'fix' is insufficient," said Bill Oesterle, CEO of Angie's List. "There was no repeal of RFRA and no end to discrimination of homosexuals in Indiana."...  

Earlier in the day Wednesday, the California Endowment, one of the largest health foundations in the nation, sent letters to three Indiana companies — Eli Lilly, Anthem and Berry Plastics Group — warning of possible sales of their stock if the new Indiana religious freedom law stays on the books unaltered. 

[also refers to Indianapolis Motor Speedway (part of Hulman & Co.)]

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Related companies: Anthem