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The solution is painfully obvious: If you don't wish to serve gays or blacks or Muslims or hermaphrodites or druids a then don't open a business that caters to the public.
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The Arizona Republic reports that supporters of the solar-rooftop-leasing industry canceled a protest at the state Capitol earlier this week following discussions with lawmakers and Gov. Jan Brewer.
The Verde Independent recently chose to cast a partisan light on the AZ Senate Bill 1062 by the inclusion of a political cartoon steeped in bad taste, inflammatory text and factually incorrect .
From the moment Arizona's Senate Bill 1062, a statute to maintain the free exercise of religion, was passed by the state legislature, there could be no question that Governor Jan Brewer would ultimately veto it.
Border Patrol agents will face new restrictions on its ability to shoot at people who throw rocks , the agency's chief said Friday.
Former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed, now head of the Faith and Freedom Coalition , conceded in an interview at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday that a federal marriage amendment that would ban gay marriage in the U.S. Constitution is a dead issue for GOP presidential candidates.
In the wake of a national conversation about religious freedom and discrimination, the Wisconsin State Senate has shelved a religious freedom resolution backed by several local legislators.
Lawmakers in conservative Mississippi find themselves in a tug-of-war over a religious-practices bill that some say is uncomfortably similar to one recently vetoed by Arizona's Republican governor.
Republicans have long been identified as staunch foes, leading congressional as well as campaign battles against the idea.
There was Chuck Todd interviewing Gov. Mike Pence, R-Indiana, who looked elegant and refined in a nice suit.
A study of advertising placed during the recent Super Bowl in New Jersey suggests the volume of sex trafficking that will occur when the event comes to Arizona in 2015 will likely exceed the ability of any one law enforcement agency to address.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are still refusing to disclose the names, criminal histories and whereabouts of more than 2,200 detainees the agency suddenly released a year ago.
House Bill 2367 passed on a 35-22 party-line vote and requires the state's Medicaid program to apply for a waiver from federal regulators every year to allow it to impose the new rules.
Someone, somewhere is still clamoring for Queen of cray-cray Michele Bachmann's opinion on things, and now she's weighing in over Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's veto of that outrageously offensive "turn away the gays" bill that almost passed.
Following Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's veto of a bill aimed at allowing businesses and service providers to refuse to serve LGBT people, it's time for those of us pushing back on efforts to misuse religious liberty as a license to discriminate to realize that the momentum is on our side.
Mock-conservative Stephen Colbert is among the many conservatives still stunned by the "religious liberty curb stomp" delivered by Arizona governor Jan Brewer's veto of a bill that would have allowed businesses and individuals to "practice their deeply held religious belief of not selling pastries to gay people."