Andrew M. Cuomo jumped on the boycott-Indiana bandwagon Tuesday over that state's passage of legislation criticized as sanctioning anti-gay discrimination. The state's Republican chairman then asked why Cuomo is still going to Cuba, where human rights are broadly trampled. Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio both announced bans on what they called nonessential trips by government employees to Indiana.
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Mike Pence signed into law a religious objections bill that some business leaders have opposed amid concern it could allow discrimination against homosexuals. Indiana is the first state to enact such a change this year among about a dozen where such proposals have been introduced. Salesforce is a year-old cloud computing company headquartered in San Francisco. Pence, a Republican, backed the bill as it moved through the Legislature and spoke at a statehouse rally last month that drew hundreds of supporters of the proposal. The governor signed the bill in a private ceremony.