How Parks and Rec's Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson would've Reacted to Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law

Norman Weiss

How Parks and Rec's Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson would've reacted to Indiana's "Religious Freedom" law
At a show at Indiana University, Nick Offerman read a piece by Parks and Recreation co-creator Michael Schur revealing the Pawnee residents' thoughts on the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act: "Leslie Knope would have seen this bill for what it is, a carefully worded expertly constructed document that reminds gay, lesbian, and transgendered people that they are second class citizens … As for Ron, he would have hated the bill because it was a bill made by the government."

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