Indiana pizzeria raises $600k after anti-gay remarks go viral

2435465767.siA family-owned pizzeria in Indiana, which caused a commotion recently over its stance on the state’s altered “religious freedom” law, has raised half-a-million dollars after going public with its anti-gay views. Backers of an online crowdfunding campaign have pledged over $638,000 to Memories Pizza of Walkerton, IN as of lunchtime on Friday this week. This comes two days after a conservative talk radio program asked its audience to consider making donations amid an onslaught of criticism directed at the eatery. The uproar resulted from its owner’s endorsement of the state’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA. Read Article