It took less than 24 hours for a “fix” to Indiana‘s Religious Freedom Bill to get signed into law after it left the drawing board on Wednesday night.

The measure firmly established that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act does not give people a license to discriminate on the grounds of religious beliefs.

Senator Mike Delph was among those that were not happy with the measure being rushed through.


Governor Mike Pence signed the measure into law just hours after legislators approved it. Pence issued a statement after the signing saying that he was “grateful for the efforts of legislators, business and other community leaders” that helped create the clarifying language.