Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy tweeted today that he will sign an executive order banning state-funded travel to Indiana, effectively joining the #boycottIndiana movement in response to Indiana's recent anti-LGBT legislation.
Other politicians have made similar moves, including the mayors of San Francisco and Seattle. But politicians are by no means alone. Private businesses and other organizations like conferences have changed or are threatening to change plans to decrease investment, funding, jobs, and other benefits they bring to Indiana in response to the state's new Religious Freedom Law.
There's even pressure for the NCAA, which runs the college basketball tournament often referred to as 'March Madness', to pull the Final Four games of the tournament out of Indiana in response to the new law. The NCAA, among many other businesses and organizations, have already come out against the law.