Controversial anti-gay bill vetoed in Arizona

A controversial bill in Arizona, which would have given businesses the right to deny service to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people for religious reasons, was vetoed by Republican governor Jan Brewer. The veto came about after intense pressure by groups that advocate for civil rights, business leaders, and influential members of Brewer’s own party. The bill became a point of convergence for diverse minority groups to come together, including immigrants. Valeria Fernández reports from Phoenix.  This entry is only available in Español.

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