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Apple & Yelp CEOs Voice Opposition To Religious Protection Bill

ARKANSAS (KTHV) – After the Arkansas Senate passed a bill that would prevent the government from infringing upon someone’s religious beliefs, Apple ...
Tim Cook

ARKANSAS (KTHV) – After the Arkansas Senate passed a bill that would prevent the government from infringing upon someone’s religious beliefs, Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter.

Cook tweeted, “Apple is open for everyone. We are deeply disappointed in Indiana’s new law and calling on Arkansas Gov. to veto the similar #HB1228.”

The bill was approved by the Arkansas Senate on Friday.

The CEO of Yelp also wrote a letter to Arkansas legislators voicing opposition to Conscience Protection Act.

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