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Miley Cyrus, Ashton Kutcher and more react to 'religious freedom' bill

August 13, 2013. Cast member Ashton Kutcher poses at the premiere of "Jobs," in Los Angeles, California.

August 13, 2013. Cast member Ashton Kutcher poses at the premiere of "Jobs," in Los Angeles, California.  (Reuters)

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed into law a new "religious freedom" bill for the state, which many believe could allow individuals and businesses to discriminate based on their religion against other groups, particularly the LGBT community.

Many people, business, and civil rights groups have expressed their outrage over the new law, often on social media using the hashtag #BoycottIndiana. And now, celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Ashton Kutcher, George Takei, and more have all joined in to stand up against Indiana's controversial new law.

Here's what they have to say.

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