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Opponents of Indiana's new "religious freedom" law have found plenty of reasons to dislike it. But in practice, their concerns boil down to just a few lines.

We took the full text of the law and highlighted portions with which lawyers and analysts have taken issue, summarizing their arguments alongside.

 

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