Gay marriage is already banned in Indiana, but lawmakers and marriage activists say the state law could be overturned in a state court unless it is written into Indiana's constitution. Amending the constitution requires lawmakers to approve a measure in two consecutive sessions and then place the issue before voters.
The measure has already passed once.
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CassBlaine | June 29 2013 4:48am
Once again the bigots running the GOP just have to write bigotry into the state Constitution. Our racist governor deletes comments off his blog that favor the gay marriage ruling and then only when there is an outcry does he issue a non apology apology allowing them to be re posted. Why don't you Republicans just dust off your white sheets and start burning crosses on the lawns of gay people. Indiana, where it is always 1950
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