- In a 69-45 vote, Mississippi's House passes a Senate version of a controversial bill
- Bill: People can't be punished for making decisions based on "sincerely held religious belief"
- Gov. Phil Bryant, a Republican, possibly could sign the bill next week
(CNN)Mississippi's Legislature became the latest to pass a so-called religious freedom bill, once again putting a Republican governor on the spot to either side with social conservatives or those who think such legislation amounts to discrimination.