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Arizona: Business, Religion Law / Who Is Behind the Bill / Mendez Interview #1060805

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The views of the supporters of the Arizona proposed law to allow businesses to refuse to serve gays on religious grounds and who is behind the bill reviewed. [Last night, state senator Al MELVIN, Alliance Defending Freedom Kellie FIEDOREK, Doug NAPIER†- say it is a religious freedom bill.] The Arizona bill and the Ohio bill on religious beliefs quoted. [Alliance Defending Freedom counsel Joseph LA RUE†- talks about the position in the bills.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fallout over last night's interview with Melvin introduced; Howard Kane quoted. Live interview held with Trinity Eiscopla Cathedral of Phoenix dean Rev. Troy Mendez about the bill. [MENDEZ - explains why this bill gives license to discriminate when we should love our neighbors.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:07:30

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