The Arizona House on Thursday approved a bill which opponents say would allow businesses and individuals to discriminate against gays.

Representatives voted mainly along party lines, lifting the measure with a 33-27 vote to clear the chamber.

The vote comes a day after the Senate gave its approval.

The measure seeks to prohibit the state from taking actions against a person, defined as “any individual, association, partnership, corporation, church, estate, trust, foundation or other legal entity,” who refuses services based on their religious beliefs.

The bill now heads to Republican Governor Jan Brewer, who has not said whether she will sign the bill.

House Minority Leader Chad Campbell called on Brewer to veto the bill.

“This bill takes aim at the LGBTQ community,” Campbell said in a statement issued after Thursday's vote. “It seems to be a reaction to the civil rights laws passed by Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff. SB 1062 does nothing to create jobs and it does nothing to improve education. Instead, it promotes extremism and provides opportunities for discrimination. The bottom line is, this bill is going to hurt the LGBTQ community and that is unacceptable.”