Gov. Mike Pence has signed into law a bill that would in theory allow Indiana businesses to turn down working for LGBT people (or do anything else that conflicts with their religious beliefs). He signed it in private. Pence has said he can't imagine how it could allow discrimination, and we're just supposed to believe he would never sign a law that promoted discrimination...even though this one was explicitly created for that very purpose.
And for all the wuss gays who mewl that we're our own worst enemy because we're so intolerant of other people's beliefs...no, we're not.
Gotta love that some of those states are among the last one would ever have expected to have marriage equality:
“It also will bring along six other states located in the judicial circuits overseen by those appellate courts: North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Colorado, Kansas and Wyoming. The action will bring to 30 the number of states where gays and lesbians can marry. Appeals courts in Cincinnati and San Francisco are considering cases that could expand that number further, presuming the Supreme Court remains outside the legal fray.”
Good luck stopping marriage equality, Neanderthals.