Former Seattle woman gets death threats over support of Arizona ‘religious freedom’ bill SB 1062

Former Seattle woman gets death threats over support of Arizona ‘religious freedom’ bill SB 1062
House Minority Leader Chad Campbell, (D) Phoenix, argues that House Bill 2153 would discriminate against gays and others on the House Floor in Phoenix on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. (AP Photo / The Arizona Republic, Michael Schennum)

She grew up in Poulsbo, WA and graduated from North Kitsap HS before moving to Tucson, AZ for college at University of Arizona. She founded Christian Business Networking as part of her faith and her career. Maia Arneson supported SB 1062, even spoke on CNN about it. That’s when the death threats poured in. John Carlson interviews Arneson about the vitriol and death threats she endured simply for speaking her mind about why business owners deserve protection with SB 1062.