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02/24/2014

Both of Arizona's GOP U.S. Senators call on Gov Brewer to veto 'gay Jim Crow law'

by Jeremy Hooper

Republican Gov. Jan Brewer says she will decide this week whether to sign or veto her state's recently-passed law that essentially allows public accommodations to discriminate against LGBT people whenever they are feeling too religious to perform the duties of their jobs. For their part, both of Arizona's two GOP U.S. Senators are advising a veto:

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It's hard for me to be cynical about this. This is a good move from both senators.

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SEE ALSO: My piece on what these laws are all about: These 'license to discriminate' bills: What they're doing and why they're doing it [GLAAD]

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