Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday he would not sign the Religious Freedom Restoration Act passed by the Republican legislature Tuesday as it's currently construed. 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. Opposition has been fierce from those who say it's anti-gay. Even Hutchinsons's son signed a petition calling for the governor to veto the bill. Arkansas-based Wal-Mart also said it opposes the bill.