Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act in a private ceremony, but that did nothing to quiet a very loud public reaction through social media, where business leaders and celebrities lashed out at the law via Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
A wide variety of other public figures attacked the governor and state of Indiana, from Hillary Clinton and Larry King to Miley Cyrus (who sent her strongly worded feelings directly to Pence in an Instagram post), young adult author John Green ("The Fault of Our Stars"), actress Audra McDonald, Indianapolis Colts' punter Pat McAfee and "Star Trek" actor and gay rights activist George Takei.
McDonald tweeted, "Some in my band are gay & we have 2 gigs in your state next month. Should we call ahead to make sure the hotel accepts us all?"
Clinton tweeted that it was "Sad this new Indiana law can happen in America today."