|Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer|
The story says other states are copying Arizona's bill to protect religious freedom.
At risk are business owners who are forced to compromise their religious beliefs under punishment of the law if they fail to provide goods and services contrary to their deeply-held convictions.
From our source we read:
A Missouri state senator on Monday introduced legislation like Arizona’s that could provide cover for businesses to deny service to same-sex couples. In Georgia, two versions of a similar bill in the state House and Senate are moving quickly through the Legislature. In Kansas, a similar bill already passed Republican-led House earlier this month.
While those bills aren’t drawing the national attention of SB 1062, they all aim to accomplish similar goals — giving businesses the ability to refuse service to customers based on religious beliefs.
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