The issue here, the religious freedom restoration act has been on the books for more than 20 years. One critic expressed concern that lower income people may stay out of the program or avoid pursuing health care. Bottom line, Jennifer Granholm, is a national security election or an economy election?
Is there going to be a deal by Tuesday? He said that if their campaign had gone after the popular vote, they would have campaigned more in liberal states and then added a fake chuckle. Because this law can make it more likely that the customers of those businesses and the employees of those businesses are now more likely to be discriminated against.
And so far, Iran has only agreed to answer half of the first question. Governor Pence declined to declare the Superfund site a state emergency;  his successor Governor Eric Holcomb has issued Executive Orderdeclaring a disaster emergency in East Chicago. And -- and lastly, the -- the comments four days ago by the ayatollah that he was chanting "Death to America!
We're negotiating with Iran in Switzerland. Good morning, George, thanks for the opportunity. And we've defended them in Indiana. History celebrates profiles in courage, not profiles in convenience. And Fareed, you make the provocative point, the president ended up having to apologize for that line, by the way.
The bill, which was passed by a huge majority of legislators and subsequently vetoed by Pence, allowed money to be kept and not returned to the tax payers as would have otherwise been necessary.
This is about protecting the religious liberty of every Hoosier of every faith. And then Fareed Zakaria, you know, we just heard Jennifer Granholm talk about Hillary Clinton being a candidate of continuity on the economy.
Does that make a deal more or less likely or is there no way to know? Misunderstanding around this bill. What wi what I'm for is protecting, with the highest standards in our courts, the religious liberties of hoosiers. I think, you know, the Middle East has become so complicated that the fact that there are some places where you have a greater enemy, like ISIS, should not be that surprising.
And -- and we're going to continue to work our hearts out to clarify that to the people of Indiana and the people of this great country.Apr 01, · In between Sunday’s interview and yesterday’s press conference, Governor Pence has been dragged, kicking and screaming, into agreeing with the.
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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence appeared on ABC’s This Week yesterday and continually deflected questions from host George Stephanopoulos on whether he opposes discrimination against gays and lesbians.Download