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    • Religion and speech: Free to appal | The Economist
      THIS has been a mixed week for freedom of speech in Britain. On one hand, a sharp-tongued street preacher has been found guilty and punished, albeit quite mildly, under a piece of legislation which many regard as dangerously illiberal. On the other, gay-rights campaigners and opponents of religous power have made a robust, Voltaire-like defending the preacher's right to say things which they consider bigoted, appalling and offensive.
    • Indiana Gov. Pence set to sign religious objections bill - The Washington Post
      Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is expected to sign into law Thursday a religious objections bill that some convention organizers and business leaders have opposed amid concern it could allow discrimination against gay people. The signing would make Indiana the first state to enact such a change this year among about a dozen where such proposals have been introduced.

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