Religious Freedom Being Used For Discrimination And NFL To Ban The N-Word?

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Here today are Bev Johnson from WDIA, Danni Bruns from 98.1 The Max, and our own Todd Demers.

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has until Saturday to decide whether to sign, or veto, a controversial bill that would allow businesses to deny service to gay customers, based on religious beliefs.

The measure has sparked a national debate over whether religious freedom can be used as a basis for discrimination.

The NFL might start penalizing teams for using the n-word on the field.

They're considering a 15-yard penalty for the racial slur.

In fact, a group that monitors diversity in the NFL wants it banned in the entire workplace including in the office, locker room, everywhere!

And a new survey shows women spend on average 335 hours a year primping.

That same poll shows the majority of adult women worry more about their looks than money, family or their jobs.




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