A controversial bill that allows business owners to use their religious beliefs to refuse service to gay patrons passed the Arizona legislature on Thursday. Supporters of the bill say the legislation is a way for churches, businesses or individuals to maintain their religious freedom by not being forced to do something that violates their religious beliefs.
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