http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/01/indiana-religious-freedom_n_6984156.html If you’ve been following the controversy over Indiana’s new religious freedom law, you might be confused about what it really says and what it will actually do. Some people describe the law as a “sword” that would allow discrimination against same-sex couples. Others say it’s a “shield” that would give people more freedom to follow the dictates of their faith. Some say the law would give businesses more leeway to pick and choose which customers to serve. Others say it won’t make much difference -- that even with the law in place, virtually all businesses will end up behaving just as they would have before. Some say the statute represents a significant change in the legal landscape, enacted at the behest of the Republican Party’s most conservative supporters. Others say it is strikingly similar to existing laws, including one that Congress passed with overwhelming bipartisan majorities and that a Democratic president, Bill Clinton, happily signed more than two decades ago. Which one of these statements is correct? All of them.