Americans Clash Over Religious-Freedom Laws

April 03, 2015 07:45 PM
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Under mounting pressure, state lawmakers in Indiana and Arkansas made changes to religious- freedom laws that critics said were anti-gay. The measures focused national attention on cultural divisions between the country's two main political parties and ignited debate between liberal and conservative activists. VOA's Chris Simkins reports.