The Indianapolis Star demanded protection for the LGBT community on its front page Tuesday as national backlash continued toward Indiana's new religious freedom law.
Republican state legislators told the Star they were working to "clarify" the law, which activists have said would allow Indiana business owners to deny services to LGBT people.
Lawmakers have also disputed that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act has anything to do with discrimination.
"What we are proposing is to make it crystal clear that RFRA cannot be raised in a denial-of-services claim," Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma told BuzzFeed News.
The paper also called on readers to share their support for equality on Twitter with #WeAreIndiana.
Claudia Koerner is a national reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Los Angeles.
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