Apple CEO: 'We are deeply disappointed in Indiana's new law' (AAPL) Staff
Posted: Mar 27, 2015 2:51 PM

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday responded to the new law passed in Indiana on Thursday, which shields business owners from facing legal consequences should they refuse to serve customers that violate their religious beliefs — for example, members of the gay and lesbian community. Cook publicly announced he was gay in a Bloomberg column in October. 

Cook voiced his displeasure in the Indiana governor's ruling, and also asked that a similar bill be vetoed by Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson before it can become law.

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