Indiana Returning To Normal After Religious Freedom Debate
The pizzeria that supported Indiana’s controversial religious freedom law has reopened.
Memories Pizza shut down last month after its support of Indiana’s law caused gay rights activists to protest the business. But its supporters rushed to the restaurant’s aid, raising more than $800,000 in a crowdfunding campaign.
Brandon Smith of Indiana Public Broadcasting joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson with details on how the state is returning to normal after the contentious debate over the religious freedom law.
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