Bobby Jindal's New York Times editorial: Opposes gay marriage, seeks to protect businesses from forced ceremonies _lowres

Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., shakes hands after speaking at the Republican Leadership Summit Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Nashua, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Bobby Jindal reaffirms his stance on same-sex marriage and urges corporations opposing him to "Save your breath," in an editorial he wrote for the New York Times.

Jindal clarifies what the 2010 Religious Freedom Restoration Act was for and plans to push forward in this legislative session with the "Marriage and Conscience Act".

The “Marriage and Conscience Act” seeks to bar the state from revoking the licenses of or refusing to contract with businesses or people because they oppose same-sex marriage. It also would protect tax statuses of groups that only support marriage between a man and a woman.

He states that some corporations have already contacted him and asked him to oppose this new law to which he says, "They are free to voice their opinions, but they will not deter me."

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