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Businesses tout equality in face of new religion law

July 2, 2014

Senate Bill 2681 was not the only law to go into effect on Tuesday.

But it is one that is arguably sparking the most public backlash.

The bill, more commonly known as Mississippi’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” was signed by Gov. Bryant back in April and states “that State action or an action by any person based on State action shall not burden a person’s right to the exercise of religion.”

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