Apple CEO Tim Cook Wades Into Indy Law Fray With Tweets

Apple CEO Tim Cook, shown here at the recent Watch launch, is tweeting his dissatisfaction with laws that he feels discriminates against gays and lesbians. (USA TODAY)

Apple CEO Tim Cook, shown here at the recent Watch launch, is tweeting his dissatisfaction with laws that he feels discriminates against gays and lesbians. (USA TODAY)

Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook, who publicly declared his homosexuality last year, has added his Twitter fuel to the growing bonfire over a new Indiana law that protects state business owners from being sued if they use religious beliefs as the reason for declining services to gays and lesbians. Specifically, Cook called upon the governor of Arkansas to dismiss a similar measure that is pending there.

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