In regards to the Indiana religious-freedom law, the governor and the law’s supporters should continue following their convictions. People do also have a right to protection of their religious beliefs.

Freedom of religion is guaranteed in the Constitution, while sexual preference and other related choices are not. The noise level against this law has gone from tolerance to advocacy, and bullying of those with views other than those of the gay supporters.

J. Wenger

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