From the Indianapolis Star:
The Indiana House voted 66-30 to alter the divisive “religious freedom” law to remove fears that it would allow businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians. The Indiana Senate voted 34-16 to OK changes to the “religious freedom” law. The measure now goes to Gov. Mike Pence, who has yet to say whether he’ll sign the measure into law, veto it or let it become law without his signature.
Anti-gay groups are demanding that Gov. Pence veto the new version of the bill. While LGBT groups and allies have unanimously denounced the amended bill as inadequate, as yet none have called for a veto.