Arkansas Governor's Son Finds Himself in Middle of Religious-Freedom Debate

Seth Hutchinson says he's happy his father declined to sign Arkansas bill.

The Republican governor cited his son as one of the reasons for his decision.

"It has divided families, and there is clearly a generational gap on this issue," Hutchinson said. "My son Seth signed the petition asking me, dad, the governor, to veto the bill."

The younger Hutchinson said he's glad his father is asking the state legislature to change the bill, known as HB 1228, and that he told his father of his opposition to the bill.