The senators approved the bill by a vote of 32-17.
Republican Lawyer Briggs Hopson said after the vote that it had been for him the most difficult moment of his career, however, he still voted yes in the end, a choice he justified by the pressure of the churches.
Hopson, which appears here a little naive, has even indicated that for him it was not a discriminatory law because he trusted the officials not to refuse to serve LGBT couples.
This law must allow people practicing a religion to be able to do freely without being forced to go against their principles.
We know that officials, not all, but there will be a few who will benefit from this law to discriminate against us if it is ultimately adopted.