Will businesses by allowed to deny service to gays - in the name of God?
Outrage is building over a controversial bill in Arizona that some say would allow businesses to deny services to gay customers based on religion.
The bill which is now sitting on Governor Jan Brewer's desk is bringing protesters out in force.
Arizona lawmakers pass controversial anti-gay bill
Protesters argue the bill is nothing but a license to discriminate.
The backlash is now being felt by those who first backed the legislation.
Three state senators who voted for the bill are now urging Brewer to veto it.
"We feel very badly that the state reputation has been tarnished by our vote and that's why we're asking the governor to veto this," Sen. Bob Worsley said.
"We want to correct something that we did that isn't good for the state especially when you look around and see the negative publicity from all over the world, it's been bad," Sen. Steve Pierce said.
So far Brewer's refusing to comment on the bill's fate and has made it clear she won't make a decision until she's back at her desk.
CNN's Miguel Marquez is OutFront with the story.