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Pizza restaurant targeted for supporting Indiana's 'religious freedom' law

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    They were the first restaurant owners in Indiana to come out in support of Indiana's controversial "religious freedom" bill, signed into law last week by Governor Mike Pence. However, the O'Connor family and their business, Memories Pizza, quickly came under attack online.

    The Religious Freedom Restoration Act has given outsiders the impression that Indiana is moving backwards as far as civil rights are concerned; with many critics stating that it's nothing short of legalized discrimination.

    The problem most people have with the new law is that it opens the door for business owners to deny services to the LGBT community for religious reasons, and that's just what the O'Connor family said they planned to do.

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