Columbus Recruiting Indiana Businesses Upset With "Religious Freedom" Law

Mar 31, 2015

Columbus city and tourism officials want to take advantage of the corporate community's outrage over Indiana's so-called "religious freedom" law.

Mayor Michael Coleman's administration and city tourism officials are reaching out to companies that have dropped expansion plans in the Hoosier State because of the law, which many call discriminatory against the LGBT community.  They're using Columbus' pro-gay policies as a selling point.