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Arkansas Governor Wants Changes to Controversial Religious Freedom Bill, Says His State 'Wants to Be a Place of Tolerance

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Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is calling for changes to a controversial religious freedom bill that made its way to his desk on Tuesday, claiming that he won't sign the text in its current form, according to the Associated Press.

The Republican governor is asking leaders to amend the language of HB1228 to ensure that the measure is more in line with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, a federal law that was passed in 1993 and signed by President Bill Clinton.

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