Apparently, a bunch of governors and CEOs think states that allow people to bow out of gay weddings for the sake of religious convictions are worse than countries that stone gay people to death.
Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy plans to ban travel to Indiana over that state’s religious freedom law. Nobody told Malloy about his own state’s RFRA.
In 2010, Democrats picked up two open governors’ mansions and barely held onto a third. What lies in store for these embattled three?
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