Business and Education Leaders Speak Out Against Hoosier Law

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Some well-known names are coming out against Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Apple CEO Tim Cook calls the law “very dangerous” and contrary to America’s founding principles.

Cook writes in a Washington Post op-ed piece, the bill “truly will hurt jobs, growth, and the economic vibrancy of parts of the country.”

Presidents of three Indiana colleges are also speaking out against the law including Butler University, DePauw University, and Indiana University.

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Eli Lilly are against the legislation as well.

Angie’s List, a popular website which has an Indianapolis office, says future expansion plans in the state are now on hold because of the law.

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