People getting all up in arms concerning the recent bill passed in Indiana are merely showing their lack of understanding of the law. What it says is that a person has a right to religious freedom unless the government entity passes a law that advances a compelling government interest (for example, freedom of expression or gay and civil rights) and that it must be the least restrictive means to do so. I encourage all those upset by the passing of the law to 1.) read the law here and 2.) inform yourselves by learning about the judicial review process. Don’t be a mindless sheep who thinks any law passed for reaffirmation of religious freedom means people are contorting the law to harm homosexuals.