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Freedom Indiana statement on language to “fix” Indiana’s RFRA law April 1, 2015

April 1, 2015

Freedom Indiana statement on language to “fix” Indiana’s RFRA law

INDIANAPOLIS — Freedom Indiana, the statewide grassroots group opposing Indiana’s RFRA law, issued the following statement in response to media reports concerning language being discussed to “fix” the law that has attracted intense negative scrutiny to the state over the past week.

The statement can be attributed to campaign manager Katie Blair. 

“We understand that lawmakers are working to ‘fix’ the Indiana RFRA that has done so much harm to Indiana over the past week, but we want to make it clear that we need full protection from discrimination against all LGBT Hoosiers across the state and a guarantee that this RFRA cannot be used to undermine any nondiscrimination protections.  

“According to current media reports, the proposal being considered falls far short of these principles, leaving the door wide open for discrimination.”