Indiana tries to clarify religious liberty

Indiana_State_Capitol_Credit_Henryk_Sadura_via_wwwshutterstockcom_CNA_1_15_16A proposed law in Indiana would replace the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act with language that its advocates say is clearer in protecting religious liberty and certain other rights. Bill 66, omits the amendment Indiana Gov. Mike Pence added to the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act last April after intense backlash from critics, who called it “anti-gay” and threatened to boycott the state.