(CBS) — Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says he’s troubled by what he’s read about the situation in Indiana.

“I believe Illinois has struck the right balance between religious freedom and anti-discrimination laws and I support Illinois’ position on these issues,” Rauner said.

Rauner says he believes this law will open the door for discriminatory behavior and that would be bad.

Meantime, Illinois U.S. Senator Mark Kirk echoed Rauner’s concern and says he thinks the law is un-American. Kirk says he strongly opposes what Indiana Governor Mike Pence did.

Kirk says Pence told him that he will fix the situation.

Both lawmakers made those comments to reporters at Chicago’s Navy Pier after attending a commemoration ceremony for the new Nuclear Submarine, the U.S.S. Illinois.