Gov. Mike Pence Signs 'Fix' to Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Gov. Mike Pence Signs RFRA 'Fix'

After a week of intense criticism, the Indiana governor signed an amendment that he said will 'clarify' the intent of his state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Arkansas Gov. Signs Revised 'Religious Freedom' Act
April 02 2015 8:06 PM ET

Arkansas Gov. Signs Revised 'Religious Freedom' Act

Lawmakers rushed through a revised bill claiming to protect religious freedom, which Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed this afternoon.

Georgia RFRA May Be Dead, But Smells Like Roses to Florists

Georgia RFRA May Be Dead, But Smells Like Roses to Florists

Georgia's discriminatory 'religious freedom' bill may die when the legislature adjourns tonight, but some businesspeople would like to see it passed.

Florida May Allow Adoption Agencies to Turn Away Gays

Florida May Allow Adoption Agencies to Turn Away Gays

An odious bill advances in the Florida House.

WATCH: Salesforce Is Helping Employees Move Out of Indiana

WATCH: Salesforce Is Helping Employees Leave Indiana

The company's CEO says Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act is 'brutal, it's unfair, it's unjust, and to has to change.'

Indiana: Chris Christie Has Vague Reaction; Jeb Bush Softens His

Indiana: Chris Christie Has Vague Reaction; Jeb Bush Softens His

What the GOP field for president says about Indiana's discriminatory law gets a little murkier.

Angie's List: Indiana's RFRA Fix 'Is Insufficient'

Angie's List: Indiana's RFRA Fix 'Is Insufficient'

A proposed amendment clarifies that Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act can't be used to discriminate against LGBT people, but advocates say that's not enough.

An Open Letter from a Transgender Rabbi to Trans Teens Everywhere

This Rabbi's Letter to Trans Teens Will Give You Goosebumps

Trans Jewish teen Tom Sosnik's recent coming-out video has inspired one rabbi to tell all trans teens: 'I've got your back.'

WATCH: This Indiana Pizzeria Won't Cater Gay Weddings
April 01 2015 5:43 PM ET

WATCH: This Indiana Pizzeria Won't Cater Gay Weddings

After owners of Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Ind., said they won't outright deny service to gay couples in their restaurant, but would never cater a same-sex wedding, the shop has temporarily closed.

Major Companies Decry 'License to Discriminate' Bills

Major Companies Decry 'License to Discriminate' Bills

Apple, Levi Strauss, Microsoft, and others have signed on to a statement denouncing such legislation as 'bad for business.'

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