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Having trouble getting your favorite Indiana pizza parlor to cater your wedding? According to this Huffington Post article, Zach Braff and Donald Faison, best known for their work on TV's Scrubs, are willing to ensure that no same-sex Indiana couple is pizza-less on their wedding day because of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Braff posted a picture of himself and Faison on Twitter and announced that they would offer their cooking skills to gay Indiana couples who may need them.

Last week, Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Ind. ignited a controversy by announcing that it would not cater any LGBT weddings due to the owners' religious beliefs. The parlor faced strong and immediate backlash; that backlash sooned faced its own backlash in the form of a GoFundMe page raising money for the parlor's owners.

Confused yet? Late last week, lawmakers amended the act and added a provision stating that business owners could not use the law specifically for the purposes of discriminating against others. What remains to be seen is how disputes over the legality of the newly amended law will play out in real life.