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Business leaders speak out against Indiana, but not China?

FBN’s Lou Dobbs on business leaders such as Apple CEO Tim Cook speaking out against Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law.

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  1. U.S. to teach immigrants how to unionize?

    ‘Red Eye’ co-hosts Andy Levy and Joanne Nosuchinsky on Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law, a woman charged with fraud after posing as a lawyer for ten years and the U.S. signing an agreement with Mexico to teach immigrants how to unionize.

  2. Hypocrisy in Tim Cook’s reaction to Indiana law?

    Intrepid Capital CEO Mark Travis, AverageJoeOptions.com founder Todd Horwitz and FBN’s Cheryl Casone on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s reaction to the Indiana ‘religious freedom’ law and whether Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 can beat the Apple iPhone.

  3. Indiana Governor vows to fix ‘religious freedom’ law

    Attorney Erin Ehrlich and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on the controversy over Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law.

  4. What’s behind Mike Huckabee’s early success in the polls?

    The National Review Washington Editor Eliana Johnson and FNC political analyst Doug Schoen on Indiana’s new ‘religious freedom’ law and the 2016 election.

  5. Obama going to U.N. for Iran deal?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses whether President Obama can go around Congress to the United Nations for the Iran nuclear deal.

  6. Racist frat video, or free speech?

    FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on a University of Oklahoma fraternity being shut down over a racist video, the laws of freedom of speech and whether Hillary broke the law.

  7. Internet regulations: Obama changing the Web forever?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Internet regulations and whether changes can be made once they are put into effect.

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