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  • A clash of freedoms in Indiana

    Neither side in the uproar over Indiana's "religious freedom restoration" law has been totally candid about its benefits or its dangers. That often happens in politics, an arena in which it often seems that no statement is too good to be overstated. For...
  • Republicans feel heat from business on religious freedom acts

    WASHINGTON Nothing affects public policy like pressure from America's corporate community, and its muscle was vividly on display again this week in Indiana and Arkansas. The states' governors, facing the very real threat of dollars, jobs and tourists...
  • Let your wallet speak against bigoted Indiana law

    Let your wallet speak against bigoted Indiana law
    Bigotry cloaked in morality is still, in fact, bigotry. Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed into law by Gov. Mike Pence late last week is exactly that—institutionalized bigotry cloaked in morality. In case you missed...
  • Michelle Quinn: Silicon Valley becomes epicenter of social change

    To draw attention to a controversial Arkansas bill it saw as an assault on gay rights, a national activist group took out a full-page newspaper ad in the heart of Silicon Valley. What, some readers of the San Jose Mercury News and San Mateo County...
  • Free to discriminate in Indiana

    Free to discriminate in Indiana
    Neither side in the uproar over Indiana's religious freedom law has been totally candid about its benefits or its dangers. That often happens in politics, an arena in which it often seems that no statement is too good to be overstated. For example,...
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook is forging an unusual path as a social activist

    Apple CEO Tim Cook is forging an unusual path as a social activist
    Tim Cook runs the world's most valuable company. Now he's making his mark as an outspoken social activist. The Apple chief executive, 54, penned a sharply worded opinion piece that ran Sunday in which he condemned a slew of "pro-discrimination"...
  • Indiana religious freedom act: What's behind the law and the backlash

    Indiana religious freedom act: What's behind the law and the backlash
    When Indiana approved a law designed to allow residents and business owners to use their religious beliefs as reason to deny services to some people, the conservative state braced for some fallout. But the response was quicker and harder after a...
  • Fight over religious objection proposals shifts to Arkansas

    Fight over religious objection proposals shifts to Arkansas
    The fight over religious objection proposals facing increasing criticism from businesses and advocates who call them a license to discriminate against gays and lesbians has shifted toward Arkansas, which was poised to become the second state this year...
  • NCAA feeling pressure to take stand against controversial Indiana law

    NCAA feeling pressure to take stand against controversial Indiana law
    This is usually a happy time of year for college basketball, a chance for the game to take center stage with all eyes focused on March Madness. But just days before the Final Four tips off in Indianapolis, the mood surrounding the tournament has...
  • Indiana learns discrimination is bad business

    Indiana learns discrimination is bad business
    The leaders of large corporations have not generally been at the vanguard of civil rights movements in this country. The average CEO is usually more concerned about stock valuations and quarterly dividends than about fighting discrimination. And when...
  • 3 factors that make Indiana's religion law different from other states'

    3 factors that make Indiana's religion law different from other states'
    Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed by Gov. Mike Pence late last week, is virtually identical to a Clinton-era federal law as well as statutes on the books in 19 other states. Nowhere does the Indiana law explicitly authorize...