Google Trends RFRAAccording to Google Trends,65 majority of the country’s conservative states66 are not interested in the heated debate around Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The Indiana senate passed the law  on February 24,67 and the governor, Mike Pence, signed it into law on March 26.68

The fire-storm of polemical demonstrations and media coverage exhibit the controversy at hand. Major companies in America have publicly condemned the bill, including Apple, Wal-Mart, Angie’s List, Nike, Microsoft, Wells Fargo & Co., Orbitz, Levi Strauss & Co., & Gap.69

Unfortunately, conservative grassroots America seems to be either unaware or uninterested in Indiana’s plight. The Google Trends data cited above suggests that they have not cared to investigate the bill’s (supposed) controversial contents.70 Here is the danger if that is true: a lack of interest in Indiana today could mean a blindsided theft of your state’s religious rights tomorrow. An important case study in Colorado demonstrates how such thievery might appear.

This is a tale of two bakeries.71 Jack Phillips declined to play a role in the marriage of a gay couple by making their wedding cake. After the couple pressed charges, the judge sided with the gay couple, mandating Phillips to “serve gay weddings or face fines.”72 Furthermore, the judged ordered Phillips and his staff to submit to state-sponsored “sensitivity training”,73 adopt new policies, and submit compliance reports for two years.74

The other side of our tale is actually a collection of three bakeries in Denver. A group of conservatives sought out to have gay bakeries make anti-gay cakes “as evidence of a double-standard.”75 They believe to have proved their point when the Colorado Civil Rights Commission rejected the complaint.

 So, why is this relevant to the RFRA bill in Indiana? The RFRA in Indiana originates from a federal precedent. Indiana’s bill borrows language from the 1993 federal RFRA signed into law by President Clinton.76 However, the Supreme Court later ruled that “the scope of its enforcement power” would violate the 14th Amendment if it enforced the federal RFRA on individual states.77 Therefore, it is necessary for states to adopt their own RFRA laws. And Indiana is the 21st state to do so. Would you like to guess who does not have an RFRA bill? That’s right—Colorado.78 In fact, Colorado’s legislature tried to pass their own RFRA bill, but it was vetoed.79

Despite the many claims that Indiana’s RFRA bill opens the door for discrimination, this bill does not welcome a single degree of discrimination that was not already possible before the law’s creation. “RFRA is a shield, not a sword. It can be used to defend oneself against lawsuits or administrative action. It can’t be used affirmatively to try and deprive others of the protections of law.”80 Indiana needed another law to prevent discrimination against the LGBT community. But, this need existed before the RFRA law was created.

So what should the conservative community do? (a) Educate yourself on RFRA laws. (b) Find out if your state has an RFRA law, and if not, contact your state’s legislature/governor to make it happen. (c) Get involved in conversations when you hear these RFRA laws are under heat. Let the people know that we do not seek to discriminate against anyone. We only seek to protect religious liberties of any religion—not just Christianity. (d) Confront any friends or family anytime you hear discriminatory remarks so as to prevent any fuel to the fire.

Taking these steps are necessary to prevent your liberties from being taken. Unfortunately, it may already be too late Colorado. My prayers are that it is not.

Footnotes

  1. See data at Google Trends.
  2. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  3. See Indiana Public Media
  4. See Indiana Public Media
  5. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  6. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  7. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  8. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  9. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  10. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  11. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  12. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  13. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  14. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  15. Ibid.
  16. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  17. See data at Google Trends.
  18. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  19. See Indiana Public Media
  20. See Indiana Public Media
  21. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  22. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  23. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  24. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  25. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  26. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  27. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  28. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  29. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  30. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  31. Ibid.
  32. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  33. See data at Google Trends.
  34. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  35. See Indiana Public Media
  36. See Indiana Public Media
  37. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  38. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  39. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  40. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  41. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  42. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  43. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  44. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  45. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  46. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  47. Ibid.
  48. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  49. See data at Google Trends.
  50. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  51. See Indiana Public Media
  52. See Indiana Public Media
  53. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  54. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  55. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  56. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  57. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  58. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  59. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  60. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  61. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  62. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  63. Ibid.
  64. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  65. See data at Google Trends.
  66. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  67. See Indiana Public Media
  68. See Indiana Public Media
  69. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  70. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  71. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  72. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  73. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  74. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  75. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  76. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  77. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  78. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  79. Ibid.
  80. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  81. See data at Google Trends.
  82. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  83. See Indiana Public Media
  84. See Indiana Public Media
  85. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  86. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  87. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  88. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  89. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  90. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  91. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  92. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  93. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  94. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  95. Ibid.
  96. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  97. See data at Google Trends.
  98. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  99. See Indiana Public Media
  100. See Indiana Public Media
  101. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  102. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  103. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  104. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  105. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  106. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  107. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  108. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  109. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  110. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  111. Ibid.
  112. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  113. See data at Google Trends.
  114. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  115. See Indiana Public Media
  116. See Indiana Public Media
  117. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  118. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  119. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  120. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  121. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  122. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  123. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  124. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  125. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  126. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  127. Ibid.
  128. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  129. See data at Google Trends.
  130. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  131. See Indiana Public Media
  132. See Indiana Public Media
  133. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  134. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  135. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  136. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  137. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  138. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  139. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  140. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  141. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  142. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  143. Ibid.
  144. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  145. See data at Google Trends.
  146. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  147. See Indiana Public Media
  148. See Indiana Public Media
  149. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  150. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  151. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  152. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  153. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  154. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  155. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  156. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  157. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  158. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  159. Ibid.
  160. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  161. See data at Google Trends.
  162. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  163. See Indiana Public Media
  164. See Indiana Public Media
  165. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  166. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  167. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  168. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  169. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  170. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  171. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  172. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  173. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  174. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  175. Ibid.
  176. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  177. See data at Google Trends.
  178. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  179. See Indiana Public Media
  180. See Indiana Public Media
  181. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  182. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  183. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  184. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  185. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  186. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  187. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  188. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  189. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  190. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  191. Ibid.
  192. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  193. See data at Google Trends.
  194. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  195. See Indiana Public Media
  196. See Indiana Public Media
  197. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  198. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  199. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  200. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  201. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  202. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  203. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  204. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  205. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  206. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  207. Ibid.
  208. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  209. See data at Google Trends.
  210. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  211. See Indiana Public Media
  212. See Indiana Public Media
  213. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  214. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  215. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  216. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  217. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  218. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  219. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  220. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  221. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  222. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  223. Ibid.
  224. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  225. See data at Google Trends.
  226. See Gallop’s Party Identification data. See also 2014 Mid-Term Election Results.
  227. See Indiana Public Media
  228. See Indiana Public Media
  229. See U.S. Companies Against the Indiana Law at Money Morning.
  230. Unless conservative Americans already knew what the RFRA bill says, and therefore had no need to investigate. This is unlikely.
  231. See A Tale Of Two Bakeries at the DailyCaller.com
  232. Liz Fields, Judge Orders Colorado Bakery to Cater for Same-Sex Weddings (ABC News, 2013).
  233. See Baker Who Refused to Make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple Willing to Go to Jail for His Beliefs at theBlaze.com.
  234. Valerie Richardson, Cake maker who refused to bake for gay wedding labeled a ‘Nazi’ by Colo. civil rights officials (Washington Times, Jan 12, 2015).
  235. Valerie Richardson, Food fight rages over Colorado panel’s split decision on gay-themed cakes, (Washington Times, 2015).
  236. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).
  237. Supreme Court Ruling in City of Boerne v. Flores (Cornell University Law School, June 25, 1997).
  238. See State Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (Wikipedia, 2015).
  239. Ibid.
  240. Gabriel Malor, Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered (the Federalist, March 30, 2015).