To veto or not to veto: It's up to Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.
She must decide if she is going to sign into law legislation that would allow business owners, as long as they assert their religious beliefs, to deny service to gay and lesbian customers.
If she approves it, the state could face litigation and a boycott, potentially harming Arizona's economy and tourism industry as well as next year's Super Bowl.
In an exclusive interview with CNN's Dana Bash on Monday, Brewer addressed the aspects she must consider.
"I have a history of deliberating and having an open dialogue on bills that are controversial, to listen to both sides of those issues, and I welcome the input and information that they can provide to me. And certainly I am pro-business, and that is what's turning our economy around, so I appreciate their input, as I appreciate the other side," she said.
Speaking on "New Day," Arizona Senator John McCain said he does not believe she should pass the bill in the state.
"We welcome all people of all persuasions," he said. "This is not the message we want to send."
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