Part of the press release reads:
Kudos to Borders and CAIR for getting this mess cleaned up. Now we can move on to more pressing issues.
“I regret being pulled into this issue because I never had the intention of targeting Indiana’s Muslim constituents specifically,” said Rep. Borders. “I believe all Americans have the right to freedom of religion and that Muslims should not be targeted for discriminatory measures.”
“We welcome the opportunity for open dialogue and are happy to help Representative Borders clear the air on the issue of the reported anti-Sharia bill,” said Rehab.
Rehab noted that current legislation ensures the supremacy of federal and state laws and that an anti-Sharia bill would have been redundant.