Conservatives Blame Manipulation, Fear for Jan Brewer Veto of SB1062

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Late Wednesday afternoon, Governor Jan Brewer vetoed the controversial Arizona bill that would have allowed small business owners to refuse service to certain customers under a claim of religious freedom.

Brewer said, “Senate bill 1062 does not address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty in Arizona. I’ve not heard of one example in Arizona where business owner’s religious liberty has been violated.”

She said the bill was too broadly worded and could result in “unintended and negative consequences.”

Brewer said the bill had “the potential to cause more problems than it purports to solve.” She called religious liberty “a core American and Arizona value. So is nondiscrimination.”

She asked that those on all sides “turn the ugliness of the debate over Senate Bill 1062 into a renewed search for greater respect and understanding among all Arizonans and American.”



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