Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act wouldn’t be changing, state Gov. Mike Pence said during a unique interview on ABC’s “This Week.”
Pence stated that the problem became “shameless rhetoric” which regulations is approximately defining the building blocks of First Amendment rights in the place of discrimination. He didn’t answer concerns questions about if the regulation allows business people to discriminate against lesbian or homosexual people.
Thursday Republican Pence signed the Religious Liberty and Restoration Act in Indiana law. Opponents claim regulations enables business people to make use of religion like a cause to discriminate against people of the LGBT community, although regulations expects to avoid the federal government from infringing on individual’s religious beliefs, Pence said.