Indiana, don't let religion be used to discriminate

Open for business means open for everyone

The Indiana House just passed a discriminatory bill in the name of religious freedom. And Governor Mike Pence is ready to sign it into law.

This broadly-written bill, S.B. 101, will allow any individual or any business to claim that their religious beliefs give them the right to ignore any law.

This poorly written bill is so broad it goes far beyond opening the floodgates to discrimination against LGBT people. This bill will allow individuals to claim that any number of laws – including but not limited to child welfare laws and nondiscrimination laws – don’t apply to them.

We’re at a moment as a nation when we have to stand up for what is right. Is it ok for federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws to be ignored? Are we a country that believes in the right to discriminate over the equality and fair treatment of all?

Together, we can tell Indiana not to set a bad example. Sign our petition to tell Governor Pence that Indiana can support religious freedom without being out of step with the country’s values of fairness.

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Governor Mike Pence:

Indiana can support religious freedom without being out of step with the country’s values of fairness. Don’t sign S.B. 101 into law.

 

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