In his opinion column in the Morning Sentinel, Associate Professor of American Constitutional Law Joseph Reisert explores the outcry against Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). According to Reisert, opponents of the law believe that it discriminates against the LBGTQ community. What it actually does, Reisert says, is this: if a law substantially burdens a person’s right to exercise his or her religion, that person should be allowed to follow his or her religious beliefs “unless the law serves a ‘compelling’ purpose, and that purpose can be accomplished in no other, less restrictive way.” Reisert concludes that “neither the Indiana RFRA nor any other version of that law is likely either to harm gays or, if you prefer, help the traditionalists.”