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A Kentucky Senate committee today advanced a bill that would allow businesses and individuals to discriminate against LGBT customers without being penalized under local antidiscrimination ordinances.

The legislation, Senate Bill 180, would amend the state’s 2013 Religious Freedom Restoration Act to assure that it applies to providers of goods and services to the public, putting their work under the “protected activities” clause of the law, the reports.

Only in recent years have states begun to include language in RFRAs aimed at allowing businesses and individuals to discriminate, with Mississippi’s 2014 RFRA often considered the first “license to discriminate” law.

Last year Indiana and Arkansas both passed RFRAs that opponents said constituted a “license to discriminate,” and both were amended after public outcry.