Arizona is torn over SB 1062, which has reached the desk of Governor Jan Brewer.
No one knows yet if Brewer will veto the bill, which permits any business or organization to refuse service to anyone if they cite sincere religious convictions. Brewer told CNN:
"I don't rely a whole lot on my gut because I have to look at what (the bill) says and what the law says and take that information and do the right thing," she said from the National Governors Association's winter meeting in Washington. "I will do the right thing for the state of Arizona."
Uproar and outrage has swept the country. Republican senators John McCain and Jeff Flake have come out against the bill and three others who voted for it have now flip-flopped. The bill passed the state house of representatives 33-27 and the senate 17-13.