The recent controversy over Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) was a fascinating mix of players and issues: business, religion, civil rights, social media, and politics all combined to form what must've seemed like a Kansas-sized tornado over the Hoosier state.

In the aftermath of the storm, the landscape remains muddled and confusing. Businesses and employees both will still have legitimate concerns about religion in the workplace; customers and vendors will still have questions about their rights, and courts will, without a doubt, still be called on to settle disputes around religious freedom.

One thing, though, is clear: religious freedom laws will no longer be able to fly under the radar. The perfect storm that descended on the Indiana Statehouse in early April will continue have repercussions into the foreseeable future.

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