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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the veto by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer of SB 1062, the proposed law to allow businesses to refuse to serve gays on religious grounds, introduced. [BREWER - talks about business in Arizona; explains why she vetoed 1062.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Phoenix: Miguel Marquez) The reaction of the people of Arizona to the veto of the bill and the concerns about sexual orientation legislation discussed; scenes shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with NYU law professor Kenji Yushino about the Arizona bill. [YUSHINO - offers his views on the veto of the bill; cites LGBT discrimination calls out of Arizona.] [Earlier, state senator Nancy BARTO- can't give an example of an actual case of religious-based discrimination.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with state house Demion Clinco about the veto. [CLINCO - says this is a wakeup call for the state, but the veto gives hope for reconciliation; hopes minorities will be protected.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Marquez, Miguel
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