Indiana Pizzeria Owners Go Underground As Donations Near $1 Million

By Mark Hensch, The Hill

The owners of a pizza shop at the center of the debate over Indiana's religious freedom law have gone into hiding.

The Associated Press reported Crystal O’Connor and her family have taken refuge in an undisclosed location after saying earlier this week that Memories Pizza would not cater gay weddings.

A Gofundme account launched for the Walkerton, Ind., restaurant has brought in more than $842,000. The flood of support comes as the O’Connors vow to reopen Memories despite backlash over their business practices.

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