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Here Are the Parts of Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law that People Hate

Opponents of Indiana's new legislation have found plenty of reasons to dislike it. But in practice, their concerns boil down to just a few lines.

Vulnerable Freshmen From Both Parties Band Together to Save Themselves

New members of Congress from battleground districts are almost twice as likely to sign on to bipartisan legislation.

What A 'Fix' In Indiana Would Look Like

Mike Pence says he wants to clarify that the law doesn't condone discrimination. Here's how he can do it.

Pence's 2012 Opponent: Rematch Interest 'Heightened' by Indiana Religious Freedom Controversy

Democrat John Gregg said the new law has pushed him further toward opposing Gov. Mike Pence a second time.

Mike Pence Says Criticism of Indiana's Law Is a 'Smear.' But He'll 'Clarify' It Anyway.

The Republican governor is speaking out about intense criticism of his state's new "religious freedom" law.

How Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law Turned Into a Nationwide Political Storm

State lawmakers vow to amend the law as elected officials, corporations, and others speak out.

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