NAPFA is reviewing the location of its fall conference -- currently slated for Indianapolis -- following passage of a controversial new law in Indiana that, critics say, could be used to allow discrimination against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered people.

"We're monitoring the situation in Indiana pretty closely, and will consider a range of options," says NAPFA chief executive Geoff Brown. "We want to affirm our commitment that every member should experience our conference without fear of discrimination."

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