Indiana's Costly Anti-Gay Experiment

Indiana's adoption of a law that might provide cover to gay discrimination could hurt the state's economy.

There's no mistaking the message.

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By now, you have surely heard about Indiana’s so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act and its potential for giving cover to those who discriminate against gay people. A backlash that had already been gathering momentum burst open this weekend, driven by an op-ed by Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook in the Washington Post. As Cook wrote:

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