Americans split over whether businesses must serve same-sex couples

A new Indiana religious freedom law has sparked national debate since Gov. Mike Pence signed it last week. While its supporters say it strengthens protection of religious liberty, critics have argued that it could provide legal cover for businesses to discriminate, such as a florist or caterer who may not want to provide services for a same-sex wedding because of religious objections. …

A Pew Research Center survey last year found a U.S. public divided over these types of issues. CONT.

Michael Lipka, Pew

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