Backlash against Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed into law last week by Gov. Mike Pence, has come from all corners. Critics contend the law could allow businesses to refuse service to gay people based on the owner's religious beliefs. However, new legislation introduced by state lawmakers on Thursday did gain a positive reception from some who had initially criticized the law. Here are some of the people and organizations who have spoken publicly about the law.
The first openly gay NBA player
USC athletic director
ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIA
After lawmakers introduced new legislation to clarify the law, reaction began to hit social media. Here's a glimpse at how organizations and people reacted:
American Civil Liberties Union
Family Research Council
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This post was updated with reaction to the new law.
The first version of this post was published at 6:47 a.m.