Freedom Act Cost Indianapolis $60 Million In Lost Revenue

Remember the Religious Freedom Restoration Act enacted in Indiana last year? The RFRA, as it’s called, ended up costing the city of Indianapolis a pretty penny.

“Since April 2015, Indianapolis has lost more than $60 million in future convention business as a result of the RFRA controversy,” says Chris Gahl, Vice President of Marketing & Communications at Visit Indy, the capital city’s convention and visitors’ bureau.

 

Read the rest of the story on my Forbes Seat 1A site.

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