Arizona Anti-Gay Bill Causes Protests
Growing oposition to one state's new legislation is being called anti-gay.
The Arizona senate has sent Gov. Jan Brewer a bill that would allow business owners with strongly held religious beliefs to refuse service to gays.
But she's coming under increasing pressure to veto the bill, including from fellow republicans.
Critics call the measure blantantly discriminatory and embarrassing to the state.
The governor has five days to either sign or veto it.
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