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Mike Pence's most defining moment in national politics will go unexamined in 2016—but wait till 2020

Mike Pence's big national debut came in March 2015, just after he signed into law a "license to discriminate" bill that legalized religious-based bigotry against LGBTQ Americans. You could refuse to serve gay and transgender individuals at your business, deny them housing, or even fire them as your employees so long you as you were motivated by your religious beliefs to treat them as lesser human beings.
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