First Drip (3/30/15): Duke in final four, Tim Cook chimes in on religious liberty legislation, more



Duke is going to the Final Four after beating Gonzaga 66 to 52 on Sunday.

A new Senate bill being proposed today will make it illegal to be naked in front of someone else, even in your own home, unless the other person consents. North Charlotte's Gerald Leeper, the guy who's garnered headlines for standing in his doorway naked and pissing off his neighbors, could see some charges if this passes.

That new religious liberty law in Indiana, which critics say would give businesses the right to refuse services based on their religious beliefs, is getting a lot of backlash. The latest comes from Apple CEO Tim Cook, who penned an op-ed in the Washington Post. "America’s business community recognized a long time ago that discrimination, in all its forms, is bad for business," he wrote.

A new host has been named to replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. Comic Trevor Noah "first appeared on 'The Daily Show' last December in a segment titled 'Spot the Africa,' during which he highlighted African stereotypes by comparing America to African nations, including Noah’s home country of South Africa."

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