Indiana's largest newspaper says, "FIX THIS NOW"

This is today's front page of Indiana's largest newspaper. 

The Indianapolis Star is calling on Gov. Mike Pence to pass a human rights law that would protect LGBT resident of the state. The editorial cites a similar law in Indianapolis that protects LGBT residents and does not place an "undue burden on businesses."

The editorial board of the paper says, 

We urge Gov. Pence and lawmakers to stop clinging to arguments about whether RFRA really does what critics fear; to stop clinging to ideology or personal preferences; to focus instead on fixing this.

Read the entire editorial.

Indiana is not the only state facing a "license to discriminate" law. A similar bill could potentionally be passed and signed into law in Arkansas. Another bill advanced steadily in Georgia, but stalled when LGBT supportive lawmakers inserted specific non-discrimination language into the bill (supporters of the bill said that LGBT non-discrimination "gutted" the bill). And Montana narrowly defeated a similar law.