Wednesday, March 25, 2015

In Indiana: Gen Con will leave the state if the controversial SB 101 is signed into law

This Indiana Religious Freedom bill is causing a stir and it's not even signed in. The largest gaming convention, Gen Con, has put their geek foot down and informed Indiana Governor Mike Pence that if he signs the bill into law, they are pulling out.

The letter says:

This con brings in 50 million to the state, so they got the clout. Let's sit back and sees what happens.


1 comment:

Bob Slatten said...

I hope more conventions, concert/sports promoters, musical shows, etc. follow suit.
Hit 'em in the wallet.

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