STEWART: "Let me stop you right there? You think a gay wedding will have a supermarket cake? That's what you think? Really? This couple has been waiting their whole lives for the freedom to marry. They are not going to swing by the the Safeway to pick up an entemann's -- 'oohh and let's grab one of those 30 candles to commemorate the number of years the state has denied us this. Anyway, the 'No Cakes for Gays Bill' passed overwhelmingly in the Kansas House. Only to be shot down in the Kansas State Senate because there are some ideas that are too ridiculous even for a State Senate."
REPORTER 1: "There's controversy at the Arizona State Capital today."
REPORTER 2: "Yes, it seems that the State Senate has approved a bill that allows businesses to refuse people service based on their religious beliefs."
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STEWART: "Be careful, Arizona, you turn history back too far, you are going back to being that patch between New Mexico and California that no one wants to talk about which isn't really that big a change is it."