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Indiana Governor Mike Pence (R) had a peculiar time defending his state’s new “religious freedom” law on Sunday, when George Stephanopoulos asked him on Sunday whether it would indeed authorize discrimination against gay people — and then asked it again, and again, and again, after Pence just wouldn’t answer.

Click above to watch Pence repeatedly extoll his state’s virtues — while dodging the actual question — then share this video!

Video via This Week/ABC News.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

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Reprinted with permission from Alternet

On June 22, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law a Republican-sponsored bill that calls for standards of "intellectual diversity" to be enforced on college campuses in the Sunshine State. But the Miami Herald''s editorial board, in a scathing editorial published on June 24, emphasizes that the law isn't about promoting free thought at colleges and universities but rather, is an effort to bully and intimidate political viewpoints that DeSantis and his Republican allies in the Florida Legislature disagree with.

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