Indiana law hurts state businesses

April 8, 2015, by John Norris

This week, Indiana made a lot of headlines with its religious freedom bill. The reaction was almost immediate, and the headlines were overwhelmingly negative. What economic impact would this have had on that state if Indiana hadn’t changed it Thursday?

Like maybe a few other Alabamians, I breathed a sigh of relief someone else was on the receiving end of the negative press the national media normally reserves for us. We have long said “Thank God for Mississippi,” and now I guess we can say “Thank God for Mississippi and Indiana.” (Link to full article as previously published in the Montgomery Advertiser April 4th)

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