Arkansas Passes Religious Freedom Act

    Gary Cameron / Reuters

    Arkansas's own Religious Freedom Restoration Act is headed to the governor's desk after the House passed it Tuesday afternoon. Republican governor Asa Hutchinson said he would sign it despite opponents—including Arkansas native and openly gay Apple CEO Tim Cook—who say it's anti-gay. Like the Indiana law, the Arkansas measure allows persons who feel their religious freedom is "substantially burdened" to fight an order in court—and persons include corporations. 

    Read it at Arkansas Democrat-Gazette