Miley Cyrus latest celeb to speak out against RFRA

Miley Cyrus has joined the growing list of celebrities to speak out against Gov. Mike Pence after he signed SB 101 into law Thursday.

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Supporters say the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is a safeguard against businesses being forced to provide services they find objectionable on religious grounds. But opponents say the law is a license to discriminate.

The response to the law has been overwhelming and even celebrities are chiming in.

Cyrus, 22, posted a picture of Pence to her Instagram account with a message for the governor:

Indianapolis native and author John Green also took to social media to show his opposition.

"The Fault in Our Stars" author tweeted the following:

Tony-Award wining Broadway actress Audra McDonald had a few tweets for the governor, too:

Keith Olbermann also fired off a slew of tweets aimed against Indiana’s new law.

Actor George Takei also took to social media to express his disappointment:


I am outraged that Gov. Pence would sign such a divisive measure into law. He has made it clear that LGBT couples, like...

Posted by George Takei on Thursday, March 26, 2015

And actor Ashton Kutcher chimed in later Thursday night, too:

Former Pacers star Reggie Miller voiced his opinion Friday evening:

Ellen DeGeneres offered her thoughts via Twitter later Friday:

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