Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's (R) 2000 congressional campaign website shows an apparent anti-gay bias that presaged his signing of an a "religious freedom" bill, which critics say protects business owners who religiously object to serving same-sex couples.
Buzzfeed's Andrew Kaczynski surfaced an archived version of the campaign website on Tuesday amid continued fallout from Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
As TPM previously reported, Pence has a long history of fighting against gay rights. But the the governor's old website for his campaign for Congress shows a platform that took a much more hard-line stance against the LGBT rights movement than Pence seems to advocate today.
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